JIM TRELEASE READ ALOUD HANDBOOK PDF

The Read-Aloud Handbook has ratings and reviews. Adrienne said: I have really mixed feelings about this book. On the one hand, Trelease’s treas. The classic million-copy bestselling handbook on reading aloud to children— revised and updated Recommended by “Dear Abby” upon its first publication. “It’s not the toys in the house that make the difference in children’s lives; it’s the words in their heads,” says Jim Trelease in The Read-Aloud Handbook.

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Now this new edition of The Read-Aloud Handbook imparts the benefits, rewards, bandbook importance of reading aloud to children of a new generation. Supported by delightful anecdotes as well as the latest zloud, The Read-Aloud Handbook offers proven techniques and strategies—and the reasoning behind them—for helping children discover the pleasures of reading and setting them on the road to becoming lifelong readers.

PaperbackSixth Editionpages. Published July 25th by Penguin Books first published September 30th Hansbook see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about The Read-Aloud Handbookplease sign up. I wasn’t very specific. I am looking for chapter books.

It was published in It’s a great book, but I know a lot has been written in the past 30 years. Mallory Hall Yes, this book has a great list of chapter books to read aloud and many are current.

Does this book have a recommended reading list? I am looking for a book of good read alouds that has been updated to include books written more recently. Laz PG This answer contains spoilers… view spoiler [ I have the 7th edition and it has a section called “Treasury of Read-Alouds” which is about pages of books to read with hxndbook and synopsis.

This …more I have the 7th edition and it has a section called “Treasury of Read-Alouds” which is about pages of books to read with titles and synopsis. See 2 questions about The Read-Aloud Handbook…. Lists with This Book.

Jan 11, Adrienne rated it liked it. I have really mixed feelings about this book. I would buy this book for that alone and I give 5 stars to that part, which is significant because it comprises over half of the book. Plus, the overall thrust of the book read out loud to your kids is something I am passionate about. The rest of the book Some of the information is really inspiring rread some of it just fell flat for me. For one thing, the writing and reasonin I have really mixed feelings trelesse this book.

For one thing, the writing and reasoning are lacking. The conclusions Trelease draws from the research he is citing are often a pretty big stretch. For example, “In the nearly ten years since the arrival of the [Harry: Well, what other random social statistics changed during those same ten years?

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I’m certain there were negative changes. Are those tied to Harry Potter mania? But Raed is totally implying that the reading obsession that treleade kids during their Harry Potter years is linked to a drop in teen pregnancies?

That needs a VERY significant amount of research to draw any kind of usable correlation. And that is typical of a lot of his correlational claims throughout the mim. I did like the emphasis on reading to children even as they get older and are able to read to themselves. Trelease’s information in that section is very interesting and that’s a practice that probably doesn’t really occur to many of us.

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So basically, the Treasury of Read-Alouds makes this book completely worth time and even money. The hwndbook of it is maybe worth a quick scan. What is with the Oprah worship? I mean, I agree that the woman is incredibly powerful and treldase her power to get A LOT of people reading and discussing books and I think that’s wonderful. But it’s almost like he was trying reav get a spot on her show or something.

I wonder if he ever did View all 3 comments. May 17, Christina DeVane rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book turned out to be way more informative than I expected. It gives healthy information about fathers especially stepping up their game to influence their children boys in particular in education and reading. This book made me reflect on my c This book turned out to be way more informative than I expected. This book made me tgelease on my childhood and how much my parents actually did read to me with a large portion being the Bible which I believe had the greatest affect on my life- Truth was poured into me every.

I also really enjoy the treasury of books listed in the back to guide me in choosing books for my children. I can be more purposeful now as I rdad to the library rather telease picking up whatever looks interesting at the time. This is a fantastic book that any parent should own. It really helps you understand the need to read out loud to your children teenagers included and the benefits that happen from doing so. He also explains that a child’s listening level is higher than his reading level, which is important.

That is the first part of the book. The rest of it contains reading lists with summaries about the books, which is a great help for picking out books your children will love.

Aug 15, Jennifer rated it did not like it. I had written a scathing review and gave this book one star then my computer did something weird and the review was lost. A friend questioned the one star so I thought I would rewrite the review. Maybe I am a bit judgmental of books on parenting, I always think “Why is there a book on this?? Why isn’t common sense enough? We have to obsessively study the topic too?

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I was raised by two hyper-intelligent people who were the most hands off parents you could meet, they were voracious readers and as a direct result I am a voracious reader.

My mom was a tremendous cook, and as a direct result I love to cook. My Dad was tall, well you see the pattern?? I don’t need to spend what little free time I have in life studying the topic. I think we are all losing our minds and making raising kids way harder than it needs to be.

Give them love, food, shelter then get the heck out of their way–they will be who they are going to be in spite of you.

Thats my two cents for the day!

View all 17 comments. Jun 09, Kristin rated it it was ok. The “Treasury of Read-Alouds” that comprises the second half of this book salvages the first half, which is basically Trelease’s excuse to spout opinions on all aspects of parenting.

I was not a fan of the whole tone of the book, especially the way in which Trelease talks down to his readers. For example, quoted from page 32, “Listening comprehension feeds reading comprehension. So let’s make it simple. You’ve established an idea in my mind? Mar 06, Sarah rated it it was amazing Shelves: This book is a great reference when you want to know what would be a good book to read aloud to your children. The premise is that children can understand text that is too hard for them to read.

When we read aloud to our children things that are exciting to them, they develop a love of books. Then, because they know and love books, they will do the work to learn how to read fluently.

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The rest of the book are lists of books, with This book is a great reference when you want to know what would be a good book to read aloud to your children.

The rest of the book are lists of books, with summaries, of books. They are listed according to “listening level. I have loved using this book as a reference at home and in the classroom. If you don’t want to buy the book, you can get a lot of the info at this website: Aug 16, Joanna rated it really liked it Shelves: This book is a game changer! This author shares a lot of old-school wisdom: By sifting through his enthusiasm, this is a really great book.

Jan 04, Dawn rated it it was amazing Shelves: I found this at the bottom of a bag of clothes being passed to my son. It no doubt came from my sister-in-law who is a mother of 3 and an elementary school teacher. I am so happy that it came my way.