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Kids Find Reading Tangible and Luscious

To teach kids to read by 3, use large flashcards with words that interest them.

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Novel Readers: The Young & the Restless

The early novel appealed to the young, the ambitious, the mobile, and the urban.

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Imagine Everyone Reading and Discussing

James McBride This evening our Leonardtown Library Book Discussion group discusses James McBride’s Song Yet Sung, a fine book that I will address in an upcoming post.  Today I want to talk about the occasion.  Readers from all over Maryland are reading this book as part of a “One Maryland One Book” program sponsored by […]

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