How to Fight the Summer Slide with Biblionasium

Screenshot 2018-12-06 14.02.57The summer slide is that unfortunate phenomenon that occurs when kids start losing skills they worked so hard to learn over the school year. Unless they practice those skills, it’s easy to lose all that progress they worked so hard to achieve. But getting kids to actually sit down with a book, pay attention to the book, and record what they’ve read when pools, sprinklers and sparklers are calling their name can feel like pulling teeth.

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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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World Read Aloud Day: Biblionasium Trophy

World Read Aloud Day is February 1st! When kids log a book – any book – in Biblionasium on Feb. 1st, they will earn our WRAD trophy which is offered each year. We hope you’ll join us in celebrating reading aloud and all the benefits kids enjoy when others read aloud to them.

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The Top 50 Children’s Books & Series “Favorited” on Biblionasium in 2018

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Wondering which books to add to your library in 2019? Here are the children’s, middle grade and YA selections our students “favorited” the most this year on Biblionasium.

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For Parents: How to Create a Reading Challenge

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This short tutorial will guide you through the process of creating a reading challenge on Biblionasium.

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