By Lori JamisonPosted
Judging Books by their Covers
For most adult readers, the cover of a book doesn’t matter much. But for struggling students, the book’s appearance is a top [...]
I have taught special education for many years and have seen so many students struggle once they get past that 'grade 3 stage' and are expected to read to learn, rather than learn to read. It breaks my heart to see them so discouraged in the classroom. Fortunately, I have come across your amazing high interest/low vocabulary novels that the students I tutor can't get enough of. For some of the kids, I've even given them the book to keep as it has been the very first novel they have ever been able to read. The story lines are great and there's nothing better than a struggling reader asking if they can take the book home and finish a chapter. Once again, thanks so much. Your staff and the authors are certainly making a huge difference in the education and self esteem of the children I work with.Special Educator and Private Tutor
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