Company Announces Products To Help Parents Teach Their Children How To Read At an Early Age

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In order to give their children a fair shot at succeeding in a poor economy, parents are teaching them to read at a very young age. Intellectual Baby, LLC is now offering a variety of products to aid this at

Now that the country is in a recession and there are new reports of layoffs each day, parents are growing concerned about what the future holds for their children. Intellectual Baby, LLC is now announcing their new line of products that help parents to teach their children to read at a very young age to give them the best chances of succeeding in a more competitive world.

Recognizing the concern that parents have for their children's future in a recession, Krista Guerrero encourages parents to make sure their children learn how to read in order to give them a lifetime advantage over their peers. Inspired by the classic book, How to Teach Your Baby to Read by Glenn Doman, she has now developed her own products for teaching children to read.

Intellectual Baby, LLC offers a variety of products that all focus on helping parents teach their babies how to read. This includes DVDs, flash cards, toys, games, and of course the book that inspired the site, How To Teach Your Baby to Read. "With the country's growing economic problems and budget cuts, parents need to take steps to prepare their children for school, beginning shortly after birth," said Krista.

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About Intellectual Baby, LLC:
Intellectual Baby, LLC was founded by Krista Guerrero, in Florida to produce and distribute educational products for infants. Currently the company offers a wide line of products such as DVDs, flash cards, toys, books, and more. Krista successfully taught two of her six children to read as infants. Having taught children to read for many years, she discovered that infants learned to read at a faster pace than the older children. One of the books which were a large influence on her was How To Teach Your Baby To Read by Glenn and Janet Doman.


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