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  • Read to Me, ... Please, Por Favor.

    This "I Read Aloud" Forum is a premiere Information Portal for Reading, learning to read, & enouraging early reading.

    Rate Books, it's loads of fun, registration-free!

    Choose a book by its cover. Contribute to & learn from web discussions to improve Education & reduce the Achievement Gap among our early learners.

    - Read to your child once conception happens, and keep reading until they are master readers. Then they can read to you, to their siblings, family, and volunteer to help other youth. Be Heard! Through this Forum, share your thoughts.

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    Another strong selection from David Shannon

    At some point in history parents have had to deal with bugs in our hair.
    David tells the naked truth about these itchy pests. Time for everyone to take a hot shower and get rid of bugs in our hair.

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    Sequential story telling

    Follow along on step by step journey to a good nite kiss, good night sleepy head. Jim Aylesworth helps us read aloud with his smooth, sequential story.

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    Sing a song to me today.

    A favorite is 5 little ducks.

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    SpectraVision books, April. SpectraVision is the reflected projection of a simulated, moving hologram-like character into three-dimensional space. The moving picture is fascinating, and will keep the attention of a young and old child. Give this book a test run. This is like a moving or pop up book in a completely new form. Remember the Etch a sketch? This reminds me of Etch a sketch.

    Also Recommended is Gallop!: A Scanimation Picture Book

    This book also has a view rating of 5 stars out of 5 stars.

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    January. The girls love this book. They always ask for it. The brother is green with envy until he turns into a pink ghost (peek-a-Boo). The pink references are wonderful. The family has fun with the pink little girl. The parents need to do a better job of keeping pink cupcakes away from the pinkerella princess. See if you can find the pickle(s) in the book with the green food. Lots of fun.
    This book also has a view rating of 4.87 stars out of 5 stars.

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    February. Shannon is a great illustrator. This Native American Cinderella story, is a great read. Kudos to Rafé. There is always so much beauty when we look in the mirror and see behind the scars.
    This book also has a view rating of 4.77 stars out of 5 stars.

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    This book was recommended by a cousin. I read it and loved it. The cat is so adorable, and the Hispana cultura links are right on. A great read. This book gets an A+. October. This book also has a view rating of 4.94 stars out of 5 stars. It is sure to climb to a 5.

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    I borrowed the book from the library and fell in love with it. There is a great lesson for adults and children in eating healthy food and maintaining an appropriate weight. Wells and Brown really hit on issues troubling our families today - from excessive television watching and gigantic RV use. They call for a simpler life with more home grown fruits and veggies. Look for your local soup or salad, rather then the Burger King. Also, the youngest Gulp is adorable. Hurray for Wellness.
    This book gets an A+. July. This book also has a view rating of 4.53 out of 5. It is sure to climb to a 5.

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