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Book Talk Live with Tammy Mulligan and Clare Landrigan

books-1Welcome to our Book Talk Live with authors Tammy Mulligan and Clare Landrigan, authors of It’s All About the Books: How to Create Bookrooms and Classroom Libraries That Inspire Readers.

It might seem obvious, but to create a lifelong reader, we need to start with books, good books! Books are the heart and soul of teaching literacy and our tools to develop lifelong  readers. So how can we organize books across an entire school community to support student choice AND instructional goals? And how do we do this on any budget?

Tammy and Clare join us in this video from our Book Talk Live on Facebook Live...

 
 
 
 
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 To learn more about It's All About the Books visit heinemann.com or click the button below to download a sample chapter

Download a Sample Chapter of It's All About the Books


clarelandriganClare Landrigan is a staff developer who is still a teacher at heart. She began her work as an educator over twenty years ago, teaching in an integrated first- and second-grade classroom at the Eliot Pearson Children's School in Medford, MA. She now leads a private staff development business and spends her days partnering with school systems to help them implement best practices in the field of literacy. Clare is the coauthor of the book, It's All About the Books: How to Create Bookrooms and Classroom Libraries That Inspire Readers. You can find Clare online at Twitter, and at her website, where she blogs about books and the art of teaching.

Image of Tammy  MulliganTammy Mulligan began her work with Clare Landrigan over twenty years ago co-teaching in an integrated first and second-grade classroom at the Eliot Pearson Children’s School in Medford, MA. They believe that effective professional development includes side by side teaching; analysis of student work; mutual trust; respect; and a good dose of laughter. You can find Tammy online on twitter.

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Topics: Video, Classroom Resources, Books, Facebook Live, Heinemann Book Talk Live, It's All About The Books, Tammy Mulligan, Clare Landrigan

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