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The Hunger Games has been on the Lawrence Public Library's top 10 list for months.
Great sample letter to parents from Penny Kittle.
A state law targeting Mexican-American studies courses that are perceived as antiwhite has led to several books being pulled by the Tucson school district.
It is all about teachable moments!
April 29, 2013
Sample Reading Ladder from Teri Lesesne's Reading Ladders.
Murray Hill Middle School has a great activity for exposing students to great new books.
An article from The Alan Review. Defining the Young Adult Genre and providing examples of books that reflect how authors are experimenting within YA literature.
Jenifer Johnson Written for Advanced Composition at the University of North Alabama 22 November, 2011...
A lot of adult literary fiction is very focused on style: dense, lyrical, descriptive prose. By Lev Grossman.
Awakening the inner reader in every child. Teaching and encouraging children to read.
We honor the 33 books that mattered to us in this year's breakout literary genre, with a little help from some writerly and book-loving folks, including authors Eliot Schrefer, Ally Condie, Ruta Supetys, Andrea Cremer, R.L.
6 Latest Trends in Young Adult Literature. Some young adult books are so engaging that adults want to read them too. - PR12065324
Some favorite audiobooks to cozy up to this fall...
Join the #summerreading conversation on Twitter: June 7th.
From The New York Times with The Learning Network:
What’s on your reading list this summer? Guilty pleasures? Assigned reading? Audiobooks? Perennially popular series about dystopian survival games, a boy wizard, or a wimpy kid?
Whatever you’re planning, and whatever your thoughts on the notion of “summer reading” in general, we invite you to take to Twitter on June 7 and tell the world.
A Fun Way to Introduce Students to Your Classroom Library...
How it happened and what could be done to reverse it...
Young Adult Literature: From Romance to Realism, by Michael Cart
Reading books they enjoy helps students excel. By Beth Yoke.