99 Ways to Get Kids to Love Reading: And 100 Books They'll Love
he author of Parents Who Love Reading, Kids Who Don't now offers a cornucopia of simple, practical tips that will help children--no matter what their age or level of reading ability--learn to read. A separate section identifies books suited to different kinds of readers, such as girls who love horses, teenagers who like rock bands, and computer nuts.
From the Trade Paperback edition.
What people are saying - Write a review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - butterflybaby - LibraryThing
Good tips about adding more reading opportunities into your child's schedule. The book list at the back of the book does have a wide range of options for all ages and reading abilities. Read full review
MYSTERIES THAT ARE COMIC OR INTRIGUING RATHER THAN SCARY
THRILLERS AND HORROR BOOKS THAT ARE VERY SUSPENSEFUL AND SOMETIMES SCARY
SCIENCE FICTION AND FANTASY BOOKS
MAGIC BOOKS LIGHTER IN TONE AND DEALING MORE WITH INTERPERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS THAN TRADITIONAL FANTASY D...
HUNTING CAMPING SURVIVAL
DEALING WITH TV AND COMPUTERS
KIDS WITH A READING DISABILITY
WHICH BOOKS FOR WHICH KIDS?
TIPS FOR TEENAGERS
100 BOOKS THEYLL LOVE
FAMILY AND FRIEND BOOKS THAT ARE OPTIMISTIC IMAGINATIVE AND USUALLY END HAPPILY
MORE REALISTIC PROBLEMCENTERED FAMILY AND FRIEND BOOKS
Other editions - View all
activities adult authors adventures African American auditory discrimination avid readers Avid reading Babysitters Club baseball basketball beginning reading books about hunting bookstore boys camping can’t chapter books child children love children to read Clive Cussler daughter develop doesn’t enjoy especially favorite find books formula fiction girls Goosebumps grade Gymnasts hate reading help your children high school horror instruction interesting Keeping Kids Reading kids love learning disability learning to read lives look for books Look for schools lots love of reading love reading magazines and comics magic Michael Crichton money on books Nancy Drew never novels Older Readers Parents Who Love phonics pleasure reading poor visual memories popular read-aloud reading activities reading material reading-friendly Richie Rich comic science fiction sequels soccer spend stories teacher teenagers television There’s they’re things thriller titles usually value reading watching what’s worry young Younger Readers