By Marianne C. Saccardi
This e-book presents a wealth of read-aloud titles and similar actions that supply busy academics with the instruments to aid scholars in grades K–12 turn into winning writers.
• comprises 14 reproducible sheets that aid scholars perform the talents defined within the book
• offers large bibliographies and references to the entire approximately four hundred books discussed
• includes an index that permits lecturers to easily entry varied topics
• provides prices and recommendation from 25 specialists within the field
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