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Monthly Archives: January 2012
AISLE (formerly AIME) has posted their 2011-2012 Read-Alouds Too Good to Miss list, and 14 Cows for America has been selected for the Ageless category.
“The Read-Aloud Books Too Good To Miss program is a project of the Association of Indiana School Library Educators (AISLE). Each year, a committee of media specialists, classroom teachers, reading teachers, principals, bookstore operators, and university faculty members is formed to develop five read-aloud lists, one each for primary school, intermediate school, middle school, high school, and ageless. The lists are publicized and distributed to Indiana schools to encourage sustained reading and oral sharing of literature among teachers and students.
The ultimate purpose of the Read-Aloud Books Too Good To Miss program is to promote a love of reading and of books and to instill and nurture lifelong reading habits in Indiana students.”
THANK YOU to everyone who voted for 14 Cows for America.
I just wanted to give a HUGE thank you to everyone who read and voted for The Cheshire Cheese Cat. It made it onto the Cybils: 2011 Finalists in Fantasy & Science Fiction (Middle Grade) category. I would also like to give an extra thanks to Monica Edinger, who nominated the book and Donalyn Miller who gave it such a glowing review.
“Surprisingly rich in the twists and turns of its story, peopled with a cast of memorable characters, and with unexpected moments of true emotional depth, this is a book for all ages—adults will appreciate the word play and literary allusions and kids will adore the cats and mice.”
-Donalyn Miller, a.k.a The Book Whisperer