Chapters on the effects and limitations of book sharing are integrated with chapters discussing promising programs on storybook research. The reality of reading to children is more complex than it appears on the surface. The authors discuss some effects of and suggestions for reading to children that have emerged from the research. The ideas set forth in this volume will stimulate new lines of research on the effects of storybook reading, as well as refinements of current methods, yielding findings that enrich our understanding of this important arena of literacy development.
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Inc
Number of pages: 424
Weight: 567 g
Dimensions: 229 x 152 x 21 mm
"The researchers in part 1 give a plethora of information on book sharing in families. Part 2 shows the role that storybook reading plays in the classroom; and part 3 traces storybook reading as a cultural practice. Part 4 gives a critical analysis on where the research on book sharing is leading us....This volume provides well-documented references at the end of each chapter as well as resources for practitioners to show that reading books to children should be part of a total instructional program....Recommended."
"The topic is an important one which needs to be revisited....This book will be of value as a resource to professors and to students in graduate programs....It has the potential to make a significant contribution to our knowledge base on reading books to children."
Central Connecticut State University
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