"At home, we read like we brush our teeth." Amélie is the mother of two children, ages 7 and 13. Every evening, she spends 30 to 40 minutes reading a story. A ritual that she established from birth. "Here's the secret, read when they are little and don't stop even if they can do it alone." Like her, many parents have found, thanks to the magic of storytelling, a wonderful cocoon in which to dream with their children.
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In a few pages, they are transported to the fantastic world of Harry Potter; terrified by the Big Bad Wolf blowing on the house of the Three Little Pigs or dazzled by the golden ticket that Charlie discovers from Roald Dahl's chocolate factory. If, yesterday, reading was fun, today with confinement, it is especially essential. "We read stories to them at any time of the day and to calm them down when they get a little pissed off," says Camille. For her two children, who will be 3 and 6 years old
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