Corinne Kelly of Hilton Head Island reads a book with her sons River, 4, and Wyatt, 1, at their home on Hilton Head. Kelly is a stay-at-home mom who taught her older son to read at a very young age and is starting to teach her younger son to read as well.
Corinne Kelly of Hilton Head Island reads a book with her sons River, 4, and Wyatt, 1, at their home on Hilton Head. Kelly is a stay-at-home mom who taught her older son to read at a very young age and is starting to teach her younger son to read as well. Delayna Earley/Staff photo
Corinne Kelly of Hilton Head Island reads a book with her sons River, 4, and Wyatt, 1, at their home on Hilton Head. Kelly is a stay-at-home mom who taught her older son to read at a very young age and is starting to teach her younger son to read as well. Delayna Earley/Staff photo

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