Silly Books to Read Aloud

Silly Books to Read Aloud Acclaimed children s book authority Rob Reid creates the ultimate guide to choosing fun and funny stories to read with and to your children and grandchildren With a concentrated look at the content an

  • Title: Silly Books to Read Aloud
  • Author: Rob Reid
  • ISBN: 9781937589103
  • Page: 331
  • Format: Paperback
  • Acclaimed children s book authority Rob Reid creates the ultimate guide to choosing fun and funny stories to read with and to your children and grandchildren.With a concentrated look at the content and appeal of many different titles, he helps you find exactly the right books to share with young ones More than simply a recommended reading list, the books in this guide assAcclaimed children s book authority Rob Reid creates the ultimate guide to choosing fun and funny stories to read with and to your children and grandchildren.With a concentrated look at the content and appeal of many different titles, he helps you find exactly the right books to share with young ones More than simply a recommended reading list, the books in this guide assist with language development while also encouraging good reading habits, improved comprehension, and broadened vocabulary Those looking for suggestions outside this book will find a Hall of Fame listing of notable children s literature authors for any age level Featuring a comprehensive selection of stories for preschoolers, emergent readers, and children ready for chapter books, this guide is a go to for parents, grandparents, teachers, and caregivers.

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    1. Reid, R. (2013). Silly books to read aloud. Chicago: Huron Street Press.Citation by: Lena WhiteType of Reference: BibliographyCall Number: 011.62 reidContent/Scope: This is a bibliography targeted to adults looking for fun and funny stories to read with or to children and students. With 160 pages, this resource offers a concentrated look at the content and appeal of different books, helping parents or teachers make informed decisions about what books they choose. More than a recommended reading [...]

    2. I like the idea of this book better than the execution. Being a big book lover, I really enjoy lists of books to read. And silly books? Right up my alley as an elementary school teacher. The books listed were quiet good, but somehow, the lists weren't a pleasure to read. Nancy Peal's book lists are much more appealing.

    3. This is a list of books for parents and kids to read aloud, so in that sense, you don't "read" it, but I did browse the selections and I like what I see! I've already ordered several books and we'll just work our way through the lists. There are lists for picture books, easy readers, chapter books, poetry and manga/graphic novels. Looking forward to many a silly hour!

    4. So helpful as I try to navigate the tons of books at the library. I love to read funny books with Phoenix so this was a great resource. Got it from the library but will purchase a copy soon to keep either my purse or car so its handy whenever we got a book store or library.

    5. Good source for book recommendations for children. Had fun getting ideas for my son and for recommending to children & parents at the library.

    6. Useful for teachers, parents, and children's librarians, although not comprehensive and based more on the author's experience & preferences.

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