Preview three new books in their entirety!

June 13th, 2013

Preview 3 new books from Pembroke Publishers (distributed in the U.S. by Stenhouse).

When Spelling MattersWhen Spelling Matters
Developing Writers Who Can Spell and Understand Language
Doreen Scott-Dunne • Grades K-8 • 136 pp • $22.00
Students need multiple strategies to help them spell. When Spelling Matters provides a series of explicit lessons that address the developmental nature of spelling and encourage students to apply their growing word knowledge to writing and editing.

8283tAttention-Grabbing Tools
Involving Parents in Their Children’s Learning
Jane Baskwill • Grades K-6 • 114 pp • $22.00
Get a rich array of communication strategies—take-home information and materials, parent conferences, learning nights, and digital and social media—to help establish and maintain a solid parent-teacher relationship.

8285tThe Bully-Go-Round
Literacy and Arts Strategies for Promoting Bully Awareness in the Classroom
Larry Swartz • Grades 4-12 • 32 pp flipbook • $13.00
Provides dozens of activities, lists of resources, discussion prompts, and tips for teachers on providing a safe forum in our classrooms to explore the complexity of the bullying issue from all perspectives.

Entry Filed under: Leadership & Mentoring,Literacy,Writing

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  • 1. Stephen Trevathan  |  June 24th, 2013 at 6:24 pm

    Thanks for sharing some of these awesome new titles! I always like to catch up with my yearly reading over the summer months. By the way, I just finished a new book that I would highly recommend to anyone who is a fan of a good military-based thriller. The book is called Esther’s Sling and it was written by Ben Brunson. Prior to reading this book, I had never heard of this author before (apparently this is only his second novel, though you wouldn’t guess it from how well it is written), but a friend told this was a book that I had to look into.

    Now, if you have ever wondered what would happen if Israel took action against Iran, then you’ll want to read this book. If you want to read some more about it, there is a description of the book available at the author’s own site:

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