Children's Literature in the Reading Program

Fifth Edition
Engaging Young Readers in the 21st Century

Edited by Deborah A. Wooten, Lauren Aimonette Liang, and Bernice E. Cullinan
Foreword by Richard L. Allington

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I. Creating an Open Invitation for All

1. Reading Multiculturally, Globally, and Critically in Literacy Education: Books as Messengers for Diversity, Barbara A. Lehman

2. Creating Independent Readers: The Role of Reading Aloud and Sustained Silent Reading, Teri S. Lesesne, Lauren Aimonette Liang, & Adrienne Lowe

3. Addressing “Struggle”: Strengthening the Literary Bonds between Children and Books, Jennifer M. Graff

II. Inviting Students with the Arts

4. Racially Diverse Children’s Literature and Arts Education, Alan R. Bailey & Jonda C. McNair

5. “Can We Play This Story?”: Story-Based Process Drama with Language Learners, Erin Greeter & Nancy Roser

6. Picturebook as Art Object: Developing Art Appreciation through Speculative Pondering, Cyndi Giorgis

III. Inviting Students with Specific Genres and Special Formats

7. Biographical Picturebooks Are Winning Awards and Teachers’ and Students’ Attention, Deborah A. Wooten & Katie M. Rowe

8. “Really Reading” and Really Responding: Response and Deep Understanding with Transitional Readers, Lauren Aimonette Liang & Adrienne Lowe

9. Comics in the Classroom: Using Graphic Novels for Content Learning, Stergios Botzakis

10. To Develop Proficiency and Engagement, Give Series Books to Novice Readers!, Anne McGill-Franzen & Natalia Ward

11. “It Was Like Marc Was My Friend”: How Visible Authors of Nonfiction Reach Out to Their Readers, and How Readers Can Respond, Marc Aronson & Myra Zarnowski

12. Creating a Community of Poetry Enthusiasts, David L. Harrison

IV. Resources to Help You Continue the Invitation

13. Where Do We Go from Here?: Resources to Connect, Engage, and Inspire, James W. Stiles & Thomas Crisp