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The Read-aloud Handbook (2006)

Call Number Y/372.452/TRELEASE,J

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Kids' NonfictionY/372.452/TRELEASE,JAvailable
Published: New York : Penguin Books, 2006
Edition:  6th ed., Completely rev. and updated 2006-2007 ed
Description:  xxvi, 340 p. : ill. ; 23 cm
ISBN/ISSN: 0143037390, 9780143037392,
Language:  English

Why read aloud? -- When to begin (and end) read-aloud -- The stages of read-aloud -- The dos and don'ts of read-aloud -- Sustained silent reading : reading aloud's natural partner -- In their own words -- The print climate in the home, school, and library -- Lessons from Oprah, Harry, and the internet -- TV, audio, and technology : hurting or helping literacy? -- Treasury of read-alouds

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