In The News: 10 ways to use technology to promote reading

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10 Graphic Novels To Kick Off Summer Reading

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Summer is almost upon us, which means it’s time to consider your kids’ summer reading picks. Some kids naturally gravitate toward reading during the summer, but others might require encouragement to read.

We’ve compiled a list new, award-winning and diverse graphic novels. Each one is an artistic take on the written word and speaks to a different aspect of the human experience.

These fresh, intriguing books are sure to entice even reluctant readers.

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In the News: Biblionasium Social Reading Site Earns Top Ratings From Educators

On April 11, 2019, Biblionasium was Tech & Learning’s Site of the Week. Read their assessment of Biblionasium here.

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Our Students’ Top Picks for Presidents’ Day

Happy Presidents’ Day! Here are the books about presidents our students say are their favorites.

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10+ Valentine’s Books Our Young Readers Love

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This Valentine’s Day, celebrate love with these kid-acclaimed books. Each of these is one of the top 10 Valentine’s books on our students’ bookshelves.

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Goodreads for Kids: There Isn’t One, But There Are These 3 Alternatives (via BookRiot)

If you’re a parent who tracks their reading, recommends favorites to friends, and participates in online reading challenges through sites like Goodreads, you may have wondered: Where is Goodreads for kids? The short answer: There isn’t one—but we’ve got you covered with a few options that could meet the same needs.

 

It's not easy to set up Goodreads for kids, but there are 3 great sites perfect for the young bibliophiles in your life. goodreads | goodreads for kids | book tracking for young readers

 

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