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Published on September 09, 2011 09:04
Average rating: 3.97 · 461 ratings · 88 reviews · 10 distinct worksSimilar authors
A Family of Readers: The Bo...

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Hearing Us Out: Voices from...

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A Gathering Momentum: Stori...

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“if you want to convince children of the power of books, don’t tell them stories are good. Tell them a good story.”
Roger Sutton

“That life can be a rich place, comprised of the highbrow and the lowdown, the casual and the ambitious, private reading and public sharing. As a parent in that landscape, you'll need to be sometimes traveling companion, sometimes guides, sometimes off in your own part of the forest. A relationship between readers is complicated and cannot be reduced to such "strategies" as mandatory reading aloud, a commendable family activity whose pleasure has been codified into virtue, transforming the nightly bedtime story into a harbinger of everybody's favorite thing: homework.”
Roger Sutton, A Family of Readers: The Book Lover's Guide to Children's and Young Adult Literature

“I can understand the concept of the "reluctant reader," but for me it's akin to saying somebody really doesn't like to eat. Or breathe.”
Roger Sutton

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