How families read together

How families read together

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I did this interview, or “bibliotherapy” session, with my friend Ella Berthoud.

She first started thinking about bibliotherapy with Susan Elderkin when they were at Cambridge together.

Over several years they prescribed literature to their friends and family, while Ella worked as an artist and Susan wrote her own novels.

They have since written a book together. You can find out more HERE.

But before you do, download the worksheet, and please leave a comment below.

What’s one thing you got from watching me talk about reading in my family? What opportunity does it give YOU?

Go ahead. I’d love to hear what you think…

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Annalisa Barbieri finds stories in food

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