Reading is more than just good for the mind. It’s good for the heart. It’s good for the world.
Articles tagged children’s literacy
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It’s snowing in Waterbury Center! Here in the CLiF office, we’re thinking about warm beverages. More importantly, we’re working with the communities we serve to ensure children participating in CLiF programs have new books in time for the holidays. This is what $25 brings a low-income, at-risk, or rural New Hampshire or Vermont child: A … Continued
There is something about the truly awesome body of children’s books that tempts people to try to separate the cream from the chum. It’s just irresistible. This week the New York Times noted two organizations that have recently published their lists of the 100 “best books” in children’s literature, the New York Public Library and … Continued
Reading specialists Kathryn Mullen, M.Ed. and Sue Megas-Russell, M.Ed. are the onsite coordinators for 2013-2014’s CLiF Year of the Book at Cutler Elementary School in West Swanzey, NH. Over this school year Kathryn and Sue will take turns guest blogging for CLiF. Their posts will provide insight into the creativity, attention, and heart that goes … Continued