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By Laura J. Colker, Ed.D.,  Reading is Fundamental
Published: September 22, 2009

According to G. Reid Lyon, former Chief of the Child Development and Behavior Branch of the National Institutes of Health, “If you do not learn to read and you live in America, you are not likely to make it in life.” As unsettling as this quote may be, it is all too often the outcome awaiting children with disabilities who cannot read. Reading supports all other academic skills. Without being able to read, children are not able to write or spell. Science, social studies, math, and technology will likewise prove elusive.

By Bianca Schulze, The Children's Book Review Published: June 23, 2009 This is a great video from the Just one More Book! team's Rock Stars of Reading tour. The following authors and illustrators offer advice for aspiring readers: Jeanne Birdsall, Diane de Groat, Tony DiTerlizzi, Jane Dyer,

By Luisa LaFleur, The Children's Book Review Published: May 26, 2009 We've reviewed several titles from Chronicle Books in the past few months and we're happy to report that the publisher has some interesting new websites to promote several of their most popular books. Duck! Rabbit!, a fun

By Kathleen Fransen Published: April 14, 2009 The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman (author), Dave McKean (illustrator) Reading Level: Ages 9-12 Hardcover: 320 pages Publisher: HarperCollins; Later printing edition (September 30, 2008) What to Expect: Ghosts, Mystery, Magic Nobody Owens has an interesting routine: he takes lessons from werewolves, talks to ghosts