Compiled by teachers, administrators, curriculum planners, and librarians. Designed to: 1. encourage school children to read and to view reading as a worthwhile activity; 2. help local curriculum planners select books for their reading programs; and 3. stimulate educators to evaluate and improve their literature programs. More than 1, 200 annotated titles represent the finest works of fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama. The literary contributions of specific ethnic and cultural groups are represented. Best seller! Illustrated.Brown, Margaret W. Big Red Barn. Harper ... A red fox spies on various creatures and notes their secrets. ... Browne, Anthony. Gorilla. Random House, 1983. A lonely young girl, neglected by her busy father, receives a toy gorilla for her birthday, and together they take a wonderful trip to the zoo. ... As a birthday surprise for her father, Anna spends Wednesday nights with her grandma, teaching her to read.
|Title||:||Recommended Readings in Literature, K-8|
|Author||:||DIANE Publishing Company|
|Publisher||:||DIANE Publishing - 1996-02-01|