Fall 2017 Newsletter

October 5, 2017

The Fall 2017 One School, One Book newsletter is here!

Learn from educators who share their experiences with OSOB in Tips from the Field. Find out recommended best practices for reading aloud, how to build parent enthusiasm, and ways classrooms can work together to bolster student invovlement.

Sharon Draper, National Teacher of the Year Award winner and author of OSOB for Middle School title Out of My Mind, shares thoughts on teaching as a writer, her books, and OSOB.

Meet Jan Bates, Read to Them stalwart and retired elementary school teacher. She discusses first-hand accounts of how various RTT programs have worked to solve the problem of generational illiteracy and ways that community libraries can assist participating schools.

Read about Saugatuck Elementary School ’s success in getting families to read Appleblossom the Possum together. See how their dedicated educators, families, and students worked to create an unforgettable reading experience.

Discover how Arkansas is gearing up for Family Financial Literacy by reading two dynamic titles. They had great success with The Lemonade War last spring, and Little Rock School District Superintendent Mike Poore is excited to get the program underway again.