[library-media] Short read aloud resources?
fmorgan at dsdmail.net
Tue Dec 2 14:53:08 MST 2008
After reading Leslie's Book Links R-A Alert suggestion, mine seems dull in comparison. Anyway, try Classics to Read Aloud to Your Children by William F. Russell ISBN 0-517-58715-7. It has selections from Shakespeare, Twain, Dickens, London and more. Wait a minute, did I say classics seem dull? Strike that, shame on me!
>>> "Cindy Mitchell" <cindy.mitchell at jordan.k12.ut.us> 12/2/2008 2:06 PM >>>
I just went to the Book Links website and looked at this months
eid-Aloud - they are fabulous! Thanks for the heads up, Leslie!
Now I'm going to have to subscribe to Book Links so that I can share this
info with my faculty!
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From: "Leslie Linton" <LLinton at tooelesd.org>
To: <library-media at lists.uen.org>; "Stanton Fuller"
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Sent: Tuesday, December 02, 2008 1:54 PM
Subject: Re: [library-media] Short read aloud resources?
> Book Links magazine usually has a section titled "Reid-Aloud Alert" in
> which various books are highlighted with a "10 minute selection" for
> reading aloud. For example: So B. It by Sarah Weeks. Read the last third
> of chapter 3 titled, "Hello":. Begin with the sentence " We don't know
> exactly when my birthday is because....." I find it very useful.
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