Children's Book Corner: A Read-aloud Resource with Tips, Techniques, and Plans for Teachers, Librarians, and Parents : Level Grades 3 and 4

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Libraries Unlimited, 2005 - Education - 337 pages
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This third book in the four-book Children's Book Corner set provides a complete program for those starting a read-aloud program in their classroom, their school or public library, or their home. This volume focuses on read-alouds for children in grades 3 and 4. It provides book lists, book selection ideas, as well as pre-reading, while-reading, and post-reading questions and activities. Parent Pull-Out Pages with helpful tips are provided for duplication. Helpful appendices and an index furnish additional aides to structure a great read-aloud program. New in this book is a section, Up Close and Personal, of personal notes from children's authors discussing their books featured in the read-aloud section. Also new to the section is Write Away, providing writing tips and activities.

This third book in the four-book Children's Book Corner set provides a complete program for those starting a read-aloud program at home, in their classroom or school, or their public library. This volume focuses on read-alouds for children in grades 3 and 4. It provides book lists, book selection ideas, as well as pre-reading, while-reading, and post-reading questions and activities. Parent Pull-Out Pages with helpful tips are provided for duplication. Helpful appendices and an index furnish additional aides to structure a great read-aloud program. New in this book, is a section, Up Close and Personal, of personal notes from children's authors discussing their books featured in the read-aloud section. Also new to the section is Write Away, providing writing tips and activities. Grades 3 and 4.

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Contents

The Case for Reading Aloud to Middle Graders
139
Reading Aloud to Independent Readers
148
An Annotated Listing of Recommended ReadAloud Titles Suitable
241
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JUDY BRADBURY is an author and teacher. She lives in East Amherst, New York, and is the author of a children's math series called Christopher Counts.

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