Read For A Better Life kickoff is at the CISD Board Meeting Tuesday, September 20 and at CISD campuses Wednesday, September 21.
Links to Elementary Reading Resources


Jim Trelease’s Website: http://www.trelease-on-reading.com
This site includes excerpts from his books, data on his lecture schedule, book reviews, and information on ordering his audios, videos and books.

Reading is Fundamental: http://www.rif.org
This literacy organization has a great new site for children and parents called, “Leading to Reading”.

Montgomery County Library Website:  http://www.countylibrary.org/readlst.htm
A helpful resource for finding award winning books, reading blogs, and other helpful information.

International Reading Association http://www.reading.org
Professional organization focused on the teaching of reading for all age groups. The site includes tips for reading aloud.

Parents’ Choice Foundation: http://www.parents-choice.org
The Foundation's mission is to provide parents with information to participate wisely in their children's learning outside the classroom.

United Through Reading: http://www.unitedthroughreading.org
United Through Reading's mission is to facilitate supportive relationships for children through families and friends reading aloud with them.

Read to me International: http://www.readtomeintl.org
The site focuses on reading aloud to children as a simple but effective way of raising children who value and love reading.

This site contains additional ways to help children develop reading skills.

The Children’s Literature Web Guide:  http://www.ucalgary.ca/~dkbrown/                  
You can find lists of best books, banned books, and books about specific subjects.

Carol Hurst’s Children’s Literature Site:  http://www.carolhurst.com                             
This site has a variety of ways to find books—by title, author, grade level, and topic.

BookHive Your Guide to Children’s Literature:  http://www.bookhive.org         
Book reviews written by children’s librarians in their system—an excellent resource.

Young Adult Library Services Association: http://www.ala.org/yalsa/booklists
A great resource for finding reading material for any grade level.

Click the image below to go to the "Every Child Ready to Read @ your library" site:
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