Last week, my friend Nakenya and I presented at the Michigan Library Association’s annual conference. We’ve done several presentations on diverse books for kids and teens at other conferences, but this time, Nakenya wanted to focus on early chapter books – a type of book so easy to do poorly, yet so important for getting kids really hooked on reading. (Why, yes, we are also planning KidLitCon together… why do you ask?)
As usual, we book talk each of the series here, though the slides just have the covers. A .pdf handout with titles and authors is also available on request.
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