Reading non-fiction can lead to children discovering self-directed inquiry … and naturally to enjoying even more terrific books!
In need of last-minute gifts? May we recommend books that offer children different perspectives about our world and the people who inhabit it.
Each discussant offers something to everyone else’s understanding.
To lead children into reading proficiency, we must first activate the emotional needs that the artful language and the compelling illustrations touch in them.
The representations in books of things familiar to the new reader paves the way for them to develop lifelong affection for books and reading.
Deep sources of ideas and information, like books, fortify family and community cultures.
THE central goal of a good education is joyful, daily reading and learning…for life.
Science gives us microscopic and macro views of the world. Consider how both can inform the science of literacy education.
Book giving should be a much more elaborate interaction between giver and the receiver than just delivering a thoughtfully selected, prettily wrapped present.
The open handed sharing of valuable personal resources forms the basis for solid and fulfilling relationships.