For Reading Out Loud!: A Guide to Sharing Books with Children
For Reading Out Loud! shows how to enrich children's lives and improve their reading skills through this inexpensive, enjoyable activity. The authors explain why it's important to read aloud all through the childhood years, and suggest how to find or make the time to do it--at home and in the classroom. They discuss effective ways of reading and recommend what to read, describing in detail more than 140 books that have time-tested appeal to children.
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