Summer book study: The read aloud handbook by Jim Trelease

by Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. on June 7, 2013

in Children's Books, Professional Development, Read Aloud Book Study, Read Aloud Handbook : Book Study

Our summer book study, hosted by Pre-K Pages, will soon be up and running and I hope you will join us for this very exciting book. This year, my fellow bloggers and I will be walking through  ” The Read-Aloud Handbook: Seventh Edition” by Jim Trelease…

Read Aloud Handbook Book Study

I don’t know if you have ever had the opportunity to read one of Jim Trelease’ previous versions of the Read Aloud Handbook but I have and inside the pages are wonderful insights on the value of reading aloud, how best to read aloud, and what books are considered to be the best read aloud books today…

Read Aloud Book Study with Pre-K Pages, Teach Preschool and more!

When do we begin?

The book study officially gets kicked off on July 8th, 2013 and will continue week by week until each chapter of the book has been highlighted by our blogging group.

Who should join the book study?

If you are a parent, grandparent, caregiver, or teacher of young children, you will find this book study to be an extremely insightful resource to draw upon as you prepare to read aloud to your child or to a group of children. Don’t miss out!

How Do I Join the Book Study
Here’s how it works, starting July 8 we will be posting twice each week on different chapters. To join in the discussion all you have to do is follow the participating blogs and leave comments with your thoughts and questions. If you have your own blog you can also join the linky. Here are the bloggers who will be hosting the chapter discussions:

Where Do I Get the Book?
The Read-Aloud Handbook will be published on June 25, 2013 and can be pre-ordered on Amazon so you can have it in your hands on that day.

Where Can I Learn more about the book study and previous book studies?

To learn more about Jim Trelease and his brand new up and coming version of The Read Aloud Handbook, hop on over to Pre-K Pages and see the details shares over there!

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1 Laura (The SEEDS Network) June 7, 2013 at 8:40 am

Hi Deborah .. I’m excited to read this book! I was wondering (since you have read a previous version), if you recommend I buy the hardcopy or, if you think a Nook version will work? I LOVE my Nook, and was considering that option for this book – but if it’s filled with colorful pictures – then the hardcopy is probably best. But if it’s really mainly text-based, I’ll get the Nook version.

What would you suggest? Thanks!!! :-)

2 Deborah J. Stewart, M.Ed. June 7, 2013 at 9:45 am

I think the Nook version will do! The past has been more text than visuals.

3 Laura (The SEEDS Network) June 7, 2013 at 2:47 pm

Thanks Deborah!

4 Erin - The Usual Mayhem June 7, 2013 at 12:45 pm

I love that book! I refer to it regularly. Unfortunately we will be limited on wifi for the summer, so I’ll have to catch up on your book study later on. I’ve bookmarked it so I don’t forget!

5 The Many Thoughts of a Reader June 8, 2013 at 10:03 am

I have a previous version on my shelf that I have never ended up reading. Perhaps I will try to read my older version along with you all. ;)

6 Cara June 29, 2013 at 3:16 pm

I just received my book and am looking forward to the study! I love the Treasury of Read-Alouds in the back, not just for my PreK class but also for my 7 year old, book-loving daughter! Thank u so much Deborah!

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