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Category Archives: learning to read
I just finished a wonderful class on Comics: Advising Adult and Young Readers. During the past year, beginning with a Media Literacy class, I’ve thought about comics much more. Plus, my own life circumstances have led me to give them … Continue reading
My youngest son, age 5, always gravitates toward the board books in the children’s section of the library. I think it is because of the upright bins they are housed in — the wooden bins are the perfect height for … Continue reading
Amidst the slew of awards announced last week, I was thrilled to see Mo Willems’ Are You Ready to Play Outside? named the Geisel Award winner (given for the most distinguished book for early readers.) One of a series of … Continue reading