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Cool Story Programs for the School-Age Crowd free pdf What kid wouldn't love literary explorations of the stinky, creepy, and dirty? Yet few story times are designed for elementary school children, who are intent on separating themselves from younger siblings. Why aren't there more events for these kids? It's not a lack of great material insists librarian-humorist Reid, who builds upon his earlier ALA bestseller. Something Funny Happened at the Library (ALA Editions, 2003) to offer 18 new wacky and offbeat programs, guaranteed to delight this discerning younger audience. Each plan opens with a thumbnail overview, then draws on unusual combinations of poetry, picture books, chapter book excerpts, and short stories. The mix varies by theme, but all the programs touch the concerns, interests, and humor (Think: Captain Underpants), for this age group. Audience involvement includes wordplay, reader's theater, dramatics, writing, music, sports, or crafts. Reid also illustrates how to tweak programs to appeal to younger (or older) audiences. Designed to inspire public children's librarians, school media staff, classroom teachers, and anyone who wants to help literature come alive for kids in grades K-4, Cool Story Programs is a proven, adaptable resource, and a must-have for libraries serving kids.

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Author : Rob Reid
Publisher : American Library Association
Data Published : 01 December 2004
ISBN : 0838998844
EAN : 9780838998847
Format Book : PDF, Epub, DOCx, TXT
Number of Pages : 195 pages
Age + : 15 years
Language : English
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