Kim Jocelyn Dickson

Author, Teacher, Presenter
Kim Jocelyn Dickson ( M.A. Princeton Theological Seminary; B.S. University of Missouri-Columbia), a parent, educator, author, and lifelong lover of books, is the creator of, a website devoted to sharing why reading to a child from birth--or even before--is one of the most powerful and important gifts a parent can give. She has nearly thirty years of experience in the elementary school classroom, has taught in public and private schools in the east, Midwest, and west coast of the United States, currently teaches literature and writing in an independent school in Southern California, and frequently speaks on the importance of literacy. Dickson is the published author of various articles in psychology, literature, biography, women’s issues, religion, and GIFTS FROM THE SPIRIT: REFLECTIONS ON THE DIARIES AND LETTERS OF ANNE MORROW LINDBERGH, a collection of reflective essays on the beloved author of GIFT FROM THE SEA.
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When Your Child Doesn’t Like to Read

by Kim Jocelyn Dickson

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