Browsing "Early Literacy"
In an earlier post, I discussed how parents interested in raising bilingual children may begin that task. Today I want […]
Mac Barnett is hot, hot, hot! Not simply because he won a Caldecott Honor for his book Extra Yarn in 2013; […]
Can you really expect clear and precise language from preschoolers? Like most things, the answer is “It depends.” Some children start using […]
I know you’ve heard it before - we want our children to be good readers so they will be successful in school. And it is true…if a […]
Mr. Andrew, the fabulous children’s librarian at Inglewood Branch Library, was featured in a newscast on Channel 5 News over […]
Authors love to get letters and inspired illustrations from their fans, and writing a letter to your favorite book character can be fun as […]
“My child won’t sit still for a story!” I’ve heard it many times from exhausted parents, especially of toddlers who […]
The American Library Association has one week each year that celebrates the freedom to read: Banned Books Week. The celebration draws […]
“Lift Off to Literacy” with the International Reading Association and inspire students to reach for the stars. On September 8, 2014, celebrate […]
Singing has a way of slowing down our words and helping children learn vocabulary in context. It gives such a […]
Bringing Books to Life
Bringing Books to Life helps educators and parents find fun and innovative ways to inspire children to read.
Elizabeth Atack, Program Coordinator
Megan Godbey, Adult Literacy Coordinator/GROW facilitator
Klem-Mari Cajigas, Bilingual GROW Project Facilitator