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Guided Reading with TRAIN RIDE Guided Reading: C DRA: 3 Intervention: 4 written and illustrated by Candace Whitman Overview: An African American boy experiences the excitement of his very fi rst train ride with his parents. 1. Introduce the ...

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"Train Ride" Teacher's Guide

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"Train Ride" Interview

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"Angels Ride Bikes and Other Fall Poems / Los Ángeles Andan en Bicicleta y otros poemas de otoñ" Teacher's Guide

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"When the Horses Ride By" Teacher's Guide

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"The Bus Ride" Teacher's Guide

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Voice as Background and Foundation
Recently a manuscript was sent to me that had a good story that was well worked out and told in a clear, straightforward way that made it easy to read and engaging. But the material will never find a publisher, at least not in its present form. Why?

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Trauma-Informed Diverse Reading List
Many children experience trauma, or adverse childhood experiences, and go through times of extreme stress. Trauma has the ability to impact children’s learning, social interactions and relationships, and overall well-being. Literature can be a saf...

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Launching Our First Kickstarter Campaign: Clockwork Curandera Vol. 1: The Witch Owl Parliament
We’re excited to share our new graphic novel, Clockwork Curandera Vol. 1: The Witch Owl Parliament, coming out October 19, 2021 from Lee & Low Books! It’s a steampunk graphic novel reimagining of Frankenstein set in colonial Mexico...

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Where Is the Diversity in Publishing? The 2019 Diversity Baseline Survey Results
The Diversity Baseline Survey (DBS 2.0) was created by Lee & Low Books with co-authors Laura M. Jiménez, PhD, Boston University Wheelock College of Education & Human Development and Betsy Beckert, graduate student in the Language and Liter...

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Reading Sight Words Automatically and Accurately
In the fourth post of our Reading Conferences with Beginning Readers blog series, our literacy team shares how to read sight words automatically and accurately. This post is taken from our free, downloadable Reading Conferences by Bebop Books gui...

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G. Neri on the Inspiration Behind Grand Theft Horse: “Gail’s a Superhero to Me”
This fall we released a new graphic novel by Coretta Scott King award-winning author G. Neri called Grand Theft Horse, which retells the life of his cousin Gail, a pioneer who challenged the horse racing world for the sake of one extraordinary h...

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What Does Guided Reading in Levels A, B, and C Mean?
In the second post of our Reading Conferences with Beginning Readers blog, our literacy team discusses leveled texts for Kindergarten and what students should learn at levels A through C. This post is taken from our free, downloadable Reading Con...

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Our 10 Favorite Multicultural Books for Middle School
While reading books with children will help them better prepare for school and opens their minds to new cultures and experiences, it’s important to keep cultivating that love of reading into middle school. Exposing children to both “mi...

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Axie Oh’s Favorite K-Dramas and Films
Last week was the release of Rebel Seoul, the New Visions Award-winning science fiction debut by Axie Oh! If you’ve read Rebel Seoul (and if you haven’t what are you waiting for?), then there’s no denying the influence of Korean action dramas in O...

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Book List: 11 Children’s Books About Human Rights
Today is Human Rights Day. It commemorates the day in 1948 when the United Nations General Assembly adopted the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The Universal Declaration of Human Rights lists basic rights and freedoms that every person shou...

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Character Education, Part 2: How to Teach Core Values To Kids Meaningfully
Last week, we looked at how to pick significant books to teach the core values that will guide our classrooms and school communities for the coming year. In addition to having the right books with fitting characters and messages, we need to embed ...

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An Interview with Award-Winning YA Author Guadalupe García McCall
Author Guadalupe García McCall’s debut Under the Mesquite came out seven years ago, but she has continued to take the young adult world by storm, going on to win the Pura Belpré Award for Under the Mesquite; winning multiple awards for her m...

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The Jones Family Express lesson plan by Achieve the Core
The Jones Family Express/ Javaka Steptoe/ Created by Atlanta District Unit 3/Week 4 Title: The Jones Family Express Suggested Time: 5 days (45 minu...

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The Jones Family Express student worksheet by Achieve the Core
The Jones Family Express/ Javaka Steptoe/ Created by Atlanta District Name _________________________________________________ Date _____________ The Jones Family Expre...

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