Posts filed under: Reading Material

America's Leading Reading Ambassador, Dr. Danny Brassell gives practical strategies to improve reading skills and increase joy in reading....
What are some tips for organizing and saving online links, data and ideas for later reading? This article covers the nuts-and-bolts....
Fry Phrases and the set of tablets can increase reading fluency for young students. Download the set from this post....
Our mobile devices allow us to read digital material from anywhere. Often, we read something we want to review later. Perhaps we want to discuss it with someone else. Maybe we want to view some of the links in the...
We all want to rise in our chosen professions. Even if we have attained our desired position, staying there often requires as much effort as getting there. One of the secrets is reading in our field. The wealth of material...
If you enjoy reading books on a Kindle or Nook, check out LendInk. It is a free service which matches people who want to borrow e-books with people who already own them. Once you sign up, you browse the library...
A dear friend and regular reader of this blog left a comment on this post. At first glance, I thought this was your list written on your pocket size notebook. I enlarged it up to see what you were planning...
Plot summaries are certainly no substitute for reading the book, but if time is short and you simply need as brief overview, this site is for you. 60 Second Recap provides a short video explaining the major themes of the...
Looking for children’s literature for a particular age? What about literature which has won a certain award or belongs to a certain genre? Whatever your need, the Database of Award Winning Children’s Literature is your answer. Using the tool could...
Staying on top of things in our field means we must stay on top of professional reading. In addition, to professional journals, we all have the things we simply like to read for pleasure. How can we manage it all?...