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Pam Allyn's Best Books for Boys: How to Engage Boys in Reading in… (edition 2011)
by Pam Allyn
Pam Allyn's Best Books for Boys: How to Engage Boys in Reading in Ways That Will Change Their Lives by Pam Allyn
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Get all boys reading with this extraordinary guide—chock-full of a wide range of must-read titles organized by interest, age, and development. With this resource in hand, you'll never again struggle to find the right book for even your most reluctant readers. The carefully chosen book selections are accompanied by brief explanations of each book, and a recurring feature, Talk About It, will help you extend the book through conversation, supporting and enhancing the reading experience. In addition, ready-to-use lessons align with themes and topics of special interest to boys that will motivate and inspire them to read more. Finally, Pam answers your most pressing questions about the challenges for boys as readers and shows you how you can maximize environments, routines, and structures to ensure that boys are reading widely and passionately. For use with Grades K-8.
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Discusses the ways that boys read, suggests ways to encourage boys to be readers, and recommends both fiction and nonfiction in a variety of formats and genres that will appeal to emerging, developing, and maturing male readers.
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