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Five Kinds of Nonfiction: Rethinking Your Book Collection, K-8

Consider your nonfiction collection in your own classroom, as well as the way that you use nonfiction texts with your students. Do you read aloud nonfiction for enjoyment? Do your students know how to approach different types of nonfiction reading with different strategies?  (continue reading)

Are Books a Line Item in Your Budget?

Developing lifelong reading begins with books and we, as educators, have the power to make a school’s book supply seem endless in the eyes of its readers.  (continue reading)

It's All About the Bookroom

We see bookrooms as the perfect solution to provide the depth and breadth of books a teacher needs to supplement a core curriculum. In It's All About the Books, we share our vision of how a bookroom can become a shared instructional resource that provides us with what we need.  (continue reading)

Book Talk Live with Tammy Mulligan and Clare Landrigan

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?  (continue reading)

Helping Kids Use Technology to Read, Write, Reflect, and Recommend Books

Many students are already social media experts. Tapping into their knowledge to channel them to try new books and to reflect on their work can be powerful.  (continue reading)

The Big 5: Leila Christenbury on the Books That Shaped Her Teaching Career

The Big 5: Leila Christenbury on the Books That Shaped Her Teaching Career  (continue reading)

The Heinemann Fellows: Jessica Lifshitz on the Questions that Change Everything

The Heinemann Fellows: Jessica Lifshitz on the Questions that Change Everything  (continue reading)

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