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    Now I Get It! Teaching Struggling Readers to Make Sense of What They Read

    Now I Get It! Teaching Struggling Readers to Make Sense of What They Read

    by Joan Lazar and Christine Vogel

    Now I Get It! guides teachers in showing their students how to use logic to comprehend more of what they are reading. The book provides complete lessons—in the logic of high quality reading comprehension—that are entertaining and effective and gradually increase in difficulty. Perfect for helping teachers prepare students to achieve the Common Core State Standards, Now I Get It! explains how to:

    • engage students in reading closely to find textual evidence
    • make logical inferences drawn from text
    • cite specific textual evidence to support conclusions drawn.

    The lessons empower a range of struggling readers, second graders to adults, to quickly use the same logical strategies experienced readers employ automatically. When they catch on, students say, Now I get it! —and they do.

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    I Love Tools!

    I Love Tools!

    by Philemon Sturges and Shari Halpern

    From clamps to paint brushes, this book shows all of the useful tools a busy family needs to build a bluebird house in their backyard. "Colorful, cheery art."—SLJ

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I've Got A Secret

Author: Lara Bergen

Series: Candy Apple (Book #8)

Interest Level:
3-7

Lexile Framework:
610L

Grade Level Equivalent:
3.4

Age:
8-12

Genre:
Series, Realistic Fiction

Subject:
Friends and Friendship, School Life

About This Book

Quiet Amanda Mays had the time of her life at summer camp. She made a ton of new friends, including spunky Allie. Accidentally, she led everyone to think she has a boyfriend back home. Now Allie is moving to Amanda's town. Can Amanda cover up a lie that just keeps getting bigger and bigger?


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