Research
Family Literacy Programs: Who Benefits?

Ohio Literacy Resource Center, Kent State University

by: Nancy Padak, April 2003

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Read Aloud to Children: The Past, The Present and The Future

Reading Improvement

by: Guofang Wan, December 22, 2000

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Reading Aloud with Children of All Ages

Reading Is Fundamental

by: Derry Koralek

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Using Read Alouds in Today’s Classrooms

Leadership Compass

by: Reba M. Wadsworth, Spring 2008

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Seven Rules Of Engagement: What's Most Important to Know About Motivation to Read

by: Linda B. Gambrell, November 15, 2011

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Reading Aloud: A Worthwhile Investment?

Voices from the Middle

by: Teri S. Lesesne, May 2006

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A Special Letter from Ann Leader

by: Ann Leader

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Literacy Research in Support of One District, One Book and One School, One Book

by: Shelley H. Allen

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"The One School, One Book program has provided an opportunity for the entire school community to come together and focus on one book. This has encouraged lively dialogue and interaction among students, parents and staff, and has raised the level of student excitement for books and reading."

Dr. Eileen Atkinson

Principal at Patrick Henry School of Science and Arts, Virginia