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Books Kids Will Sit Still for 3: A Read-Aloud Guide (Children's and Young Adult Literature Reference) (Englisch) Gebundene Ausgabe – 30. April 2006


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"Liberally sprinkled with titles, chock full of ideas and supplemented with high-quality bibliographies...librarians will find helpful and few children will be able to resist."

?Every school library must have a copy of this book, and every teacher needs to know about it to freshen his or her own use of literature in the classroom. There has never been a time in education when better children's literature--fiction and nonfiction--existed, and this book will lead you to the best blooms in the garden of print. Essential as a book selection tool and a source to feature, booktalk, read aloud, and tantalize elementary school children.?-Teacher Librarian

?This excellent resource will be a favorite with teachers who need assistance finding quality children's literature, and it will also aid librarians and media specialists. The updated compilation includes over 1700 new titles indexed by author/illustrator, title, and subject. Subjects range from the specific (baseball) to more general (picture books for all ages) to literary elements (point of view). Freeman discusses the underlying reasons behind careful book selection and includes strategies to teach readers and a subject listing to assist teachers with book selection for reluctant readers. She encourages educators to create lifelong learners, library users, and book lovers.?-School Library Journal

?Freeman fans know what to expect from her work: clear annotations of outstanding read-aloud books across a broad spectrum of ages, interests, and subjects, along with curriculum integration, follow-up ideas, and related readings. Readers will not be disappointed in her latest book in the Books Kids Will Sit Still For series. It is typical Freeman at her best....Children's librarians, teachers, and anyone who reads to children will find this book an invaluable tool for creating lesson plans, developing read-aloud programs, and going beyond the "read the book aloud, then pick up another" style of sharing books with young people....Reading her work is almost like sitting down to a one-sided conversation with an old book-loving friend.?-Reference & User Services Quarterly

"This excellent resource will be a favorite with teachers who need assistance finding quality children's literature, and it will also aid librarians and media specialists. The updated compilation includes over 1700 new titles indexed by author/illustrator, title, and subject. Subjects range from the specific (baseball) to more general (picture books for all ages) to literary elements (point of view). Freeman discusses the underlying reasons behind careful book selection and includes strategies to teach readers and a subject listing to assist teachers with book selection for reluctant readers. She encourages educators to create lifelong learners, library users, and book lovers." -

School Library Journal

"Freeman fans know what to expect from her work: clear annotations of outstanding read-aloud books across a broad spectrum of ages, interests, and subjects, along with curriculum integration, follow-up ideas, and related readings. Readers will not be disappointed in her latest book in the Books Kids Will Sit Still For series. It is typical Freeman at her best....Children's librarians, teachers, and anyone who reads to children will find this book an invaluable tool for creating lesson plans, developing read-aloud programs, and going beyond the read the book aloud, then pick up another style of sharing books with young people....Reading her work is almost like sitting down to a one-sided conversation with an old book-loving friend." -

Reference & User Services Quarterly

"Every school library must have a copy of this book, and every teacher needs to know about it to freshen his or her own use of literature in the classroom. There has never been a time in education when better children's literature--fiction and nonfiction--existed, and this book will lead you to the best blooms in the garden of print. Essential as a book selection tool and a source to feature, booktalk, read aloud, and tantalize elementary school children." -

Teacher Librarian

"Freeman fans know what to expect from her work: clear annotations of outstanding read-aloud books across a broad spectrum of ages, interests, and subjects, along with curriculum integration, follow-up ideas, and related readings. Readers will not be disappointed in her latest book in the Books Kids Will Sit Still For series. It is typical Freeman at her best....Children's librarians, teachers, and anyone who reads to children will find this book an invaluable tool for creating lesson plans, developing read-aloud programs, and going beyond the read the book aloud, then pick up another style of sharing books with young people....Reading her work is almost like sitting down to a one-sided conversation with an old book-loving friend." - Reference & User Services Quarterly

"This excellent resource will be a favorite with teachers who need assistance finding quality children's literature, and it will also aid librarians and media specialists. The updated compilation includes over 1700 new titles indexed by author/illustrator, title, and subject. Subjects range from the specific (baseball) to more general (picture books for all ages) to literary elements (point of view). Freeman discusses the underlying reasons behind careful book selection and includes strategies to teach readers and a subject listing to assist teachers with book selection for reluctant readers. She encourages educators to create lifelong learners, library users, and book lovers." - School Library Journal

"Every school library must have a copy of this book, and every teacher needs to know about it to freshen his or her own use of literature in the classroom. There has never been a time in education when better children's literature--fiction and nonfiction--existed, and this book will lead you to the best blooms in the garden of print. Essential as a book selection tool and a source to feature, booktalk, read aloud, and tantalize elementary school children." - Teacher Librarian

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Based on her extensive experience as a school librarian and storyteller, the author features 2,000 carefully selected titles that will keep children in grades K through 6 enthralled. All published within the last 10 years, these range from picture books and fiction, folklore, and poetry to biography and nonfiction. Each annotated entry provides a brief plot summary, related titles, and subject designations. In addition, there are curriculum tie-ins and suggested activities including drama, crafts, research, and problem solving. The book starts with all-new chapters offering entertaining and informative tips on effective reading aloud, storytelling, and classroom and library activities. There is also a bibliography of professional books.

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