I ran across this article about the importance of letting students choose books of interest for independent reading. It’s a great little article from the Nerdy Book Club. A good reminder for us all!
When I was a child, my mother gave me two of the greatest gifts a reader can receive: access to books and choice. Though not a reader herself, my mother always let me buy three books from the Schol…
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