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Find a list of titles that are appropriate for first grade in which the reader relies on high-frequency words, pictures and repeated elements.
How can parents encourage independence and help tweens cope with middle school? The answer may be as simple as giving them a good book.
From the classics to the lesser known, here are ten great Irish authors to enjoy with your child this Saint Patrick's Day, or anytime of year.
Books can serve as non-judgmental and informative friends to our worried teenagers.
There are some recommendations for books about attending school that can make going back to school exciting and helpful.
Here are five great books to help you and your child celebrate Black History Month.
Realistic fiction deals with many complex problems and situations, from understanding sexual orientation to dealing with family problems.
Turn your child’s fascination with knights or princesses into an opportunity to stretch their minds. We’ve found the perfect set of books and games.
If you are looking for new lunch ideas, look no further than your child's bookshelf. Here are five food-inspired book picks, with recipes to match!
Looking for something to read with your kids during the Winter Olympics? Look no further than this list of seven solid gold books.
What is the purpose of young adult literature? This article discusses the qualities, criteria and purposes of young adult literature.
Suggestions are provided for choosing good quality children's literature.
Discover a list of challenging books appropriate for 5th grade students. These books are written at a 6th or 7th grade level but at a 5th grade interest level.
Find a list of nonfiction books that are appropriate for the student who is reading at a beginning of first grade level.
Learn about quality magazines that will support and strengthen what your child is learning in elementary school.  Recommended magazines and descriptions given.
Reading nonfiction helps adolescents develop information literacy. This is a much needed skill in modern society where students can no longer memorize
Got an emerging reader on your hands? Sometimes the best way to promote literacy is to grab a book of your own and join in the fun. Here's how you can get your whole family reading!
A love of reading begins early on in kids, so help nurture a curious reader with these everyday tips.
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