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Read with Me: Best Books for Preschoolers
This authoritative guide—with a core focus on reading readiness and helping position children to succeed in school—offers more than 300 age-appropriate and subject-specific book selections from librarians for reading time with children. From board and picture books to hot new books, these recommendations reflect family, community, play, and the environment. Mirroring a chi ...more
Paperback, 184 pages
Published May 1st 2012 by Huron Street Press
(first published January 1st 2012)
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This book offers a categorized list of great books that you should read to your young child. It would be valuable resource to early years teachers or parents with small children. Books are listed with a brief description of the story. Because this is book is a list it would be more valuable to purchase this book than borrow it from the library.
I love lists! What's even better is that this is a book with lists of books for preschoolers. Thanks to Mara and Karen, we will not be bored. This seems like an excellent resource as we had already read quite a few of the books listed in this book and enjoyed them. We look forward to exploring the rest of the books in here! We're always looking for quality children's books.
Short descriptions of recently published books for 2-6yos are provided with few pictures, allowing me to select books without prejudice (of the illustrations). I'm heading to my library with a list of 34 available books. It's a nice blend of fiction and non-fiction.
I was hoping this resource would be more geared towards librarians and presenting storytimes, but many of these titles are books I just would not read in a storytime. I think this would be a great starting place for parents looking for ways to incorporate more reading into their child's life.
I really liked this book. The recommendations of different books (topics, literacy skill development, etc) was fairly thorough. The last couple of sections directed readers to a variety of resources in which books and additional information could be found.