Posts tagged "Picture Books"

A look inside the making of a picture book, with author/illustrator Peter Brown, who takes us into the process behind Mr. Tiger Goes Wild, one of SLJ’s best books of the year.

Even gifted children benefit from time with picture books, learning how to get the most out of what they read. Decoding the information in picture books can teach a child not only to read but also to interpret and understand. Teachers for grades 3 through 12 often use picture books to teach students how to deepen and augment their comprehension as well as expressive language skills.
The Early Push Toward Chapter Books Is a Mistake - Room for Debate - NYTimes.com (via wordbrooklyn)

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A first peek at at the PDFs we’re creating, one each for Betsy Bird’s Top 100 Polls, Picture Books and Children’s Novels. Each PDF includes all 100 titles, links to the complete blog posts, and fuller profiles of the Top Ten. Sign up and we’ll let you know when the document’s ready - a free download for sharing.

A first peek at at the PDFs we’re creating, one each for Betsy Bird’s Top 100 Polls, Picture Books and Children’s Novels. Each PDF includes all 100 titles, links to the complete blog posts, and fuller profiles of the Top Ten. Sign up and we’ll let you know when the document’s ready - a free download for sharing.

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