Selecting and using good books for struggling readers: a resource for parents and caregivers
Finding the best books for young readers with special needs is easier with the help of this authoritative guide. Recommended titles include picture books, chapter books, short novels, and poetry for children and young adults, each with a description, reading level, and learning activities to support literacy development and to foster enthusiasm for and a love of reading.
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1 What Can I Do?
Selecting Good Books
Using Good Books to Promote Literacy
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