Smart kids are not born, but made. Therefore, as a smart parent, if you want to make your kid smart intellectually, you must begin teaching your kid to read at an early age, as early as possible. From my own experience, I began teaching my daughter to read when she was only eight months old. I have written this book based on my past experience.
This 117-page is based on how I taught my daughter to read some 30 years ago.
Like all proud parents, I was and still am proud of the fact that I could teach her how to read when she just turned three (most children learn at the age of five). The TV and all electronic devices may not be as effective as YOU, the parent, to teach your child through everyday intellectual interactions, games, and activities.
This book provides 29 steps that could begin as early as your baby is one-month-old. My daughter became a proficient reader when she was five (reading books with little or no illustrations). By seven, she would not let me teach her anything -- she could find everything from books. It paid off and it's worth all the initial efforts in teaching her to become an early reader. Now she's an attorney in the United States. I wrote this book because she has recently become a mother herself, and that's why I wrote this book to share my experience some three decades ago.
Also, read my book" Make Your Smart Baby Super Smart.