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Gotcha Good! Nonfiction Books to Get Kids Excited about Reading

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This fifth Gotcha! book, aimed at public and school librarians and teachers, discusses well-reviewed and kid-tested nonfiction titles for third through eighth grade readers published in 2005-2007 with a few extra oldies but goodies added in. Chapters are built around the high- interest topics kids love. Irresistible book descriptions and book talks guide librarians and tea ...more
Paperback, 259 pages
Published July 30th 2008 by Libraries Unlimited (first published July 1st 2008)
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Ashley Browning
Jun 13, 2012 marked it as to-read
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Format: Bibliography

Item Title (APA Style):
Baxter, K. & Kochel, M. (2008). Gotcha good! : Nonfiction books to get kids excited about reading. Westport, Conn.: Libraries Unlimited.

Item Call Number:
Z1037 .B39 2008

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Kerlin, J. (2008). Professional reading [Review of the book Gotcha good!: Nonfiction books to get kids excited about reading by K. Baxter & M. Kochel]. School Library Journal, 54(12): 160. Retrieved June 14, 2012, from Academic Search Premier.

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Kochel, M., & Baxter, K. A. (2008). Gotcha good!: Nonfiction books to get kids excited about reading. Libraries Unlimited.

Reference Type: Bibliography

Call Number: 028.5

Content/ Scope: This bibliography reviews non-fiction books for students in grades 3-8. Each title includes a description and a guide for teachers and librarians. It also features interviews with several authors.

Accuracy/Authority/Bias: This is the fifth installment of the “Gotcha” series. The books complied have been reviewed by
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Kochel, M., & Baxter, K. A. (2008). Gotcha good!: Nonfiction books to get kids excited about reading. Libraries Unlimited.

Citation By: Amanda Carter

Reference Type: Bibliography

Call Number: 028.5

Content/ Scope: This bibliography outlines and reviews non-fiction titles for 3rd-8th grade students. It guides teachers and librarians to which type of books students want to read.

Accuracy/Authority/Bias: This is the fifth installment of the series and has been well-reviewed by scholarly journals.

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