The main focus of the immediate talk is to find answers to literary quizzes and develop various methods of identifying and labelling visual images. On the other hand, the main aim of non-immediate talks is to discuss the definition of various concepts, predict and generate inferences while connecting between the texts and individual experiences. In contrast, Patel et al (2020) on their report ‘Examining Parent-child interactions during storybook Reading,’ argues that engagement in the non-immediate talk is vital to individual children to have different exposures. Reading aloud is one of the learning strategies trusted by the majority of parents and teachers for the literacy growth of young learners. Duggins and Acosta (2019) complement the findings of Patel et al. (2020) explaining that reading aloud should be practiced frequently across different grades to promote the culture of reading among the children as they improve on their literacy skills.