Writer William Sutcliffe has thankfully arrived on the kidlit scene to start bringing circuses back into the world of children's literature with his delightfully funny debut for children, Circus of Thieves and the Raffle of Doom.
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I like the work of this reviewer and many of her suggestions are suitable for boy readers.
Another great part about working with the kids I spend my days teaching is the books that are available for that age group. I talk daily with my students about the books they're reading and what they're thinking about… ...
Reading Fun - Many ideas for reading projects from Education World. Books for Children and Young Adults - Links to literature and reading promotion web sites. ... For a low-budget way to get kids wild about reading, try readers theater.
We all know some children love to read while others show little interest in books, particularly the boys. Here I am going to suggest 10 books or authors that might capture the interest of your children and get them reading.
Gavin Jone's career as a teacher-librarian in Melbourne, Australia has centered on widening his students' horizons through reading and literature, and promoting long-term, continuous reading that connects with the curriculum delivered at school.
That is certainly true in my case. A real bonus being a writer is that I get to travel to all sorts of great places for literature festivals and writers' talks, and get to meet kids who like reading. What was your favourite book as a child?
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The Prime Minister's Literary Awards 2012 shortlist has been announced – and what a great list it is! These awards recognise both the ... Get Reading Books you can't put down Get Reading Guaranteed · About Get Reading ...
Notable Children's Books of 2011New York Times(Michael di Capua/Scholastic, $17.95.) This humorous first novel by picture book author Raschka describes life from the perspective of a less than stellar student.