posted by: Melissa
| February 16, 2017, 07:34 PM
Today is World Read Aloud Day. It’s the perfect day to gather your students around you and share the wonders of spoken language. While there are many, many classics that are perfect for this occasion, here are some books published in the past year that we think are worth your consideration.
- Ada Twist, Scientist – With a rhythmic text and colorful illustrations, this book should inspire all your students, especially girls, to pursue a STEM career.
- Pax – Written for older students, this book has a lyrical text and gripping narrative that makes it perfect for read alouds. Its changing perspectives challenge students to see the world through multiple lenses.
- What Do You Do With a Problem? – Any student who has struggled with a problem will be able to identify with this book. Beautiful illustrations accompany a tale of dealing with your issues head on.
- Du Iz Tak? – Using an invented language, this book plays with words and introduces students to the wonder of an insect’s world.
- Teacup – Beautiful illustrations accompany a poetic text in a spellbinding tale of adventure, exploration, and dealing with challenges.
What Books Are You Reading this World Read Aloud Day?