Sometimes, a book only requires a single reading. With Daughter A., we read the book twice. But Daughter Q. read this so perfectly that there really was no reason not to just move on. Do this sort of thing at your discretion. The point is not to read it two times or not read it two times, but to make sure the child has learned what we set out to learn. In this case, a second reading would have been totally unnecessary.
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