Good day, friends!
Starting next Thursday, I am joining with several dozen bloggers to invite you to an awesome summer book study showcasing Donalyn
Miller’s Reading in the Wild!
grades classrooms and how she has fostered a love of reading in her students. Her classroom is INSPIRING! The book
is so down-to-earth, a fast read, and filled with simple (but powerful) ways to create a culture of reading in your
classroom. In The Book Whisperer, Millers leaves you with her frustration – students leaving her classroom
loving reading but faced with future teachers that do not share Donalyn’s enthusiasm for reading. Gradually, her
students leave the practice of daily, just-because reading.
Here enters, Donalyn’s second book, Reading in the Wild. This books acts as a follow-up to the first and
discusses how to foster a love of reading that is lifelong and sustainable…even when a passionate teacher is not present.
As a 5th grade teacher, this is powerful to me. How do I structure reading and sharing opportunities that set the
foundation for life-long reading? Reading in the Wild address this question!
I would love for you to join us! You can click here or the image below to grab your copy.
So friends, are you in??