What Else Should I Read?: Guiding Kids to Good Books, Volume 2

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Libraries Unlimited, 1996 - Literary Criticism - 215 pages
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In answer to the perennial question "What else should I read?", these innovative resources go beyond linear listings of suggestions to help students find books through a variety of directions, including subject, author, and genre. Each guide contains approximately 30 displayable bookwebs that can be used as posters, with reproducible bookmarks that list related titles and fit into pockets on the posters. Each web leads users to 8 to 14 related topics that have lists of relevant books with their authors and brief LC descriptions. Detailed author, title, and subject indexes make further exploration easy. Hundreds of the best fiction books for young readers, titles commonly found in school library collections, are covered in the webs. The visual, nonlinear features of these books make them unique and user-friendly tools for educators and students alike. Perfect for the bulletin board, the bookwebs are a great way to stimulate reading!

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WHAT ELSE SHOULD I READ?: Guiding Kids to Good Books, Vol. II

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What Else Should I Do ($24.00; Aug. 1996; 200 pp.; 1-56308-419- 8): Berman, a teacher and children's book columnist for the New Orleans Times-Picayune, reduces his process of book recommendation to a ... Read full review


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MATT BERMAN, a teacher at Metairie Grammar school, is a freelance writer, children's book columnist for the New Orleans Times-Picayune, and a regular contributor to Kirkus Reviews. He also teaches children's literature at University of New Orleans, Louisiana.

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