No, you don’t really NEED a beautifully illustrated version for your read-aloud of The Secret Garden, but there are some really beautiful versions out there. We did some comparisons to help you choose the version that best fits your family's style. Don’t you want to just take a peek?
Reading The Vanderbeekers of 141st Street with our Read-Aloud Poster? We’ve collected some links here that you might find useful.
We’ve assembled some resources that may be helpful to you as you read A Place to Hang the Moon and complete your Read-Aloud Poster. You’ll find information on retelling and character markers as well as external links to historical archives that will deepen your appreciation of this historical facts woven into this story.
We’re so pleased to introduce our newest Read-Aloud Poster for The Wild Robot, written by Peter Brown, available August 9. Published in 2016, this middle-grade favorite has broad appeal and is our vote for “most likely to draw in reluctant readers.” This is the story of how Roz, a robot stranded on an island, learns how to survive and make friends. We think it’s perfect for ages 5 and up.