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Christine A. Marvin; Nancy J., O. (n.d). A Home Literacy Inventory: Assessing Young Children’s Contexts for Emergent Literacy. Young Exceptional Children, 52-10. Retrieved from Sage Journals Online database.

Daniel J. Weigel; Sally S. Martin; Kymberley K., B. (n.d). pathways to literacy: connections between family assets and preschool children’s emergent literacy skills. Journal of Early Childhood Research, 85-22. Retrieved from Sage Journals Online database.

Edmunds, K. M., & Bauserman, K. L. (Feb 2006). What Teachers Can Learn About Reading and Motiviation through Conversations with Children. The Reading Teacher, Vol 59 Issue 5 p414-424.

Elaine Reese; Alison Sparks; Diana, L. (n.d). A Review of parent interventions for preschool children’s language and emergent literacy. Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 1097-117. Retrieved from Sage Journals Online database.

Fan, X., & Chen, M. (Mar 2001). Parental Involvement and Students’ Academic Acheivement: A Meta-Analysis. Educational Psychology Review , Vol 13 Issue 1 p1-22.

Gonzalez-DeHass, A. R., Willems, P. P., & Holbein, M. F. (June 2005, June). Examining the Relationship between Parental Involvement and Student Motivation. Educational Psychology Review , Vol 17 Issue 2 p99-123.

Grolnick, W. S., Benjet, C., Kurowsk, C. O., & Apostoleris, N. H. (1997). Predictors of Parent Involvement in Children’s Schooling. Journal of Educational Psychology , Vol 89 No 3 p538-548.

Hughes, P., & MacNaughton, G. (2000). Consensus, Dissensus or Community: the politics of parent involvement in early childhood education. Contemporary Issues in Early Childhood, Vol 1 Number 3 p241-258.

Lauren, L., & Allen, L. (1999). Factors that predict success in an early literacy intervention project. Reading Research Quarterly, 34(4), 404-424. doi:10.1598/RRQ.34.4.2.

Monique S’chal; Laura, Y. (n.d). The Effect of Family Literacy Interventions on Children’s Acquisition of Reading From Kindergarten to Grade 3: A Meta-Analytic Review. Review of Educational Research, 78880-907. Retrieved from Sage Journals Online database.

Mears,P. The effects of the Fast Start program on the reading achievement of emergent and beginning readers: A replication and extension. Ed.D. dissertation, George Fox University, United States — Oregon. Retrieved March 12, 2010, from Dissertations & Theses: Full Text. (Publication No. AAT 3292160).

S’chal, M. (2006). Testing the Home Literacy Mode: Parent Involvement in Kindergarten Is Differentially Related to Grade 4 Reading Comprehension, Fluency, Spelling, and Reading for Pleasure. SCIENTIFIC STUDIES OF READING , Vol 10(1), p59 87.

S’chal, M., & LeFevre, J.-A. (March-April 2002). Parental Involvement in the Development of Children’s Reading Skill: A Five-YearLongitudinal Study. Child Development , Vol 73 No. 2 p445-460.

Sonnenschein, S. and Munsterman, K. ( 2002) The Influence of Home-based Reading Interactions on 5-year-olds; Reading Motivations and Early Literacy Development, Early Childhood Research Quarterly 17: 318-37.

Sonnenschein, S., Baker, L., Serpell, R., and Schmidt, D. ( 2000) Reading is a Source of Entertainment: The Importance of the Home Perspective for Children’s Literacy Development, in K. Roskos and J. Christie (eds) Play and Literacy in Early Childhood, Research from Multiple Perspectives, pp. 107-24. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum.