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  • Children's Literature Award Process

    Children's Literature Award Process, /?CommunityKey=1e1d0278-6be6-4fac -a1be-a119ce8ca58b"> Children's Literature Book Reviews K-12 Literature Resources from the International Reading Association Join the International Reading, How does a book become an IRA Children’s and Young Adults’ Book Award winning title? Authors and publishers may nominate books for consideration, and IRA particularly invites publishers to submit eligible titles for consideration. To be eligible, a book must be the first or second children’s
    October 15, 2012
  • Going Green with Children's Literature

    Going Green with Children's Literature, from the International Reading Association Children's Literature and Reading Special Interest Group (CL/R SIG) promotes environmental stewardship through children’s literature. Helping children, , GA: Peachtree. Neighborhood children and Rose are looking for something beautiful in the city like, feeds seeds to the pigeons and the children wonder how he finds beauty and pleasure in that. He, to support the text. Use with National Geographic Kids Green Tips for a science and literature
    April 11, 2012
  • Children's Literature Reviews: More Favorites!

    Children's Literature Reviews: More Favorites!, Reading Association's Children's Literature and Reading Special Interest Group (CL/R SIG, . Children's Literature Reviews: Recent Favorites International, students, friends and colleagues? This week members of the International Reading Association Children's Literature and Reading Special Interest Group (CL/R SIG) continue to share some of our favorite 2012, children are allowed to move as they repeat the sounds. The “Oh, no!” refrain adds to the story’s
    October 24, 2012
  • Children's Literature Reviews: Recent Favorites

    Children's Literature Reviews: Recent Favorites, members of the International Reading Association Children's Literature and Reading Special Interest Group, are submitted by members of the International Reading Association's Children's Literature, sea creatures, marching bands, drill teams, antique cars and more. After reading this book, children, with young readers. Children can spend many hours reading the book and poring over the drawings, yawns. All children will laugh when the final page is read and shared. After reading aloud this book
    October 17, 2012
  • The Blogosphere of Children’s & Young Adult Literature

    The Blogosphere of Children’s & Young Adult Literature, _award/entry/573). This week the International Reading Association's Children’s Literature, . She shares programs and studies in the field of literacy, children’s literature, and young adult, of this children’s literature blog is the fact that it is written by several individuals. The blog describes, , ideas for incorporating children’s literature in the classroom, information on award-winning, A. Ward, Washington State University Pullman 100 Scope Notes: Children’s Literature News
    May 30, 2012
  • Deborah Wooten’s Favorite Children’s and YA Literature

    Deborah Wooten’s Favorite Children’s and YA Literature, We recently interviewed Deborah Wooten to mark the release of the fourth edition of Children’s Literature in the Reading Program, coedited by Wooten and Bernice E. Cullinan. Members can find the interview, conducted by the former president of the Children’s Literature and Reading Special Interest Group, Terrell A. Young, in the latest digital edition of Reading Today. But for members, found in children’s and young adult literature: A Splash of Red: The Life and Art of Horace Pippin
    December 12, 2014
  • Book Reviews from Children’s Literature and Reading SIG

    Book Reviews from Children’s Literature and Reading SIG, This article is the first in a four-part series of book reviews from the Children’s Literature and Reading Special Interest Group of IRA (CL/R SIG). President Janelle Mathis says that CL/R SIG has, children’s literature, promoting creative uses of literature in the classroom, disseminating recent research in the field, and providing a forum to explore issues in the children’s literature field, to this site offers a more detailed look at the possibilities for involvement in the Children’s Literature
    October 18, 2011
  • Children's Literature and Reading SIG Book Review Series: #3

    Children's Literature and Reading SIG Book Review Series: #3, This third set of book reviews from the Children’s Literature and Reading Special Interest Group, and inviting, showing Luis sharing a story with village children and reading a book peacefully at home. While, for Children. Chockfull of tips for how to create a reader and how to enhance reading skills, . By underlining some words in slug slime and featuring slugs instead of children, the positive message goes, up befriending Snowball. Once again, literature saves a life, and the bookstore now has two happy
    October 20, 2011
  • Children's Literature and Reading SIG Book Review Series: #4

    Children's Literature and Reading SIG Book Review Series: #4, The Children's Literature and Reading SIG focused on older readers (in grades 6-12) for the conclusion of their book review series that includes books that feature characters' adventures with reading. Bauer, J. (2011). Close to famous. New York: Viking. Foster McFee just finished sixth grade by the skin of her teeth, but now she and her mother are on the run, avoiding an abusive, for the Daugherty children he babysits. Doug’s literacy journey serves as a poignant reminder that it is never
    October 21, 2011
  • War and Peace: Book Reviews from the Children's Literature and Reading SIG

    War and Peace: Book Reviews from the Children's Literature and Reading SIG, might offer some helpful ideas for children and teachers. The books discussed this week by the reviewers from the International Reading Association's Children’s Literature and Reading Special Interest, Children's Literature and Reading Special Interest Group (CL/R SIG) and are published weekly on Reading, , children today are surrounded by war. Some are experiencing it first hand in their own front yards. Others, to protect and defend peoples of the world who are in the throes of war. How children are exposed to war
    November 14, 2012
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