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Good Literature and Emotional Memory: Why I Will Continue to Read Alound to my Kids Even After They Can Read on Their Own, by Cheryl

I remember sitting on my bed with my “big sister,” Mary Beth (she was my babysitter, but we are as close as sisters), reading. I was about ten or eleven. 772 more words


Read Alouds - Week 4.

7. Shannon-

ISBN: 0-590-44279-1

Author: Norman Bridwell

Book: Clifford’s Birthday Party

I think this book would be for a second grade class. I did not really care for this book simply because i am n o t a dog person. 42 more words

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Read Alouds - Week 3.

4. Sonora-

ISBN: 0-448-43148-3

Book: I Knew You Could

Author: Graig Dorfman

I think this book would be appropriate for a 2nd or 3rd grader. For one, it’s long and I don’t think it would catch the attention span of younger kids. 139 more words

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The Magic of Picture Book Read-Alouds to Promote Community Building

Two of my favorite books to share at the beginning of the year are Whoever You Are by Mem Fox and All the Colors of the Earth… 583 more words

Read Aloud's - Week 2

3. Alyssa-

The Five Green and Speckled Frogs

Author: Constanza Balasuzzo

ISBN: 0-545-96701-4

Alyssas reading was very good, although I did  not like the book. I did not like the book because one of my pet peeves is repetitive  things. 25 more words

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How We Do...Picture Books

This one’s for you, Team P! :)

First my disclaimer(s): I am really picky about picture books! Life is too short to read bad books. And if your kids are like mine, when they latch on to a particular book, you will be reading it overandoverandoverandoverandOVER! 1,821 more words


Read Alouds - Week 1.

1. Mrs. Sanderson-

Name of Book: The Big Bug Dug

ISBN: 0-439-17933-5

Author: Mary Serfozo

I didn’t particularly like this book. Only because I do not like crawly bugs. 98 more words

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