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nprbooks: Former Reading Rainbow host LeVar Burton wants to give the show a new life online, and he’s looking for help in an unlikely place: Star Trek fans. He’s offering top funders of his Kickstarter campaign the chance to wear his VISOR – the … Continue reading
historyhobbit: Early literacy play station @westervillepubliclibrary so many literacy tie-ins! play, writing, reading … and so much fun!
Reading is performance. The reader— the child under the blanket with a flashlight, the woman at the kitchen table, the man at the library desk— performs the work. The performance is silent. The readers hear the sounds of the words … Continue reading