Read Aloud References for Parents Print Sources The Read-Aloud handbook by Jim Trelease Presents evidence in support of reading aloud to children, and features an annotated listing of recommended readaloud books, including wordless, predictable, reference, and picture books, short and full-length novels, poetry, anthologies, and fairy and folk tales. Hey! Listen to This By Jim Trelease A collection of fairy tales, folklore, and famous stories from around the world arranged for reading aloud. In addition, Trelease has written a special introduction to each story and makes suggestions for further reading. When read aloud, these marvelous tales will amuse and entertain as they immerse children in the world of books. Read All About It by Jim Trelease Great read-aloud selections for teenagers, families and teachers from the bestselling author of The New ReadAloud Handbook. This collection of 48 works from newspapers, magazines, and books features works from Pete Hamill, Maya Angelou, Ray Bradbury, Roald Dahl, Gary Paulsen, and others. Reading Magic: Why Reading Aloud to Our Children Will Change Their Lives Forever by Mem Fox Bestselling author and literacy expert Mem Fox reveals the incredible emotional and intellectual impact reading aloud to children has on their ability to learn to read. Filled with practical advice, activities, and inspiring true read-aloud miracles, this book is a must for every parent-and for anyone interested in how children learn to read. Books Your Kids Will Talk About By Susan Hepler and Maria Salvadore Books Your Kids Will Talk About! helps educators and parents navigate the world of children's literature. This comprehensive, multicultural, annotated booklist is organized around themes germane to a children's world. Parents can use the books as a suggested reading list to foster lively discussion and self-exploration among their young readers. Non-print Sources Marci McGowan’s Website http://www.mrsmcgowan.com/books/index.html This site provides an extensive list of teacher recommended books to use as read alouds with students of all ages. About.com: Children’s Books at http://childrensbooks.about.com/od/readalouds/ This user friendly site, aimed at providing parents and educators with useful information, provides an index of reading related sites.
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