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Are Fathers Better At Bedtime Stories Than Mothers?

Posted at 3:01PM Monday 09 Jun 2014

The fourth annual Fathers' Story Week, starting today and running until Father's Day this weekend, highlights the importance of male role models in getting kids to read.

So are dads (or granddads) better at story time than mums?

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