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15 Fantastic Audiobooks for Grades K-8 - When it’s reading time, you don’t necessarily think about students pulling headphones and iPods out of their desks rather than a worn paperback. But audiobooks can be a fantastic learning tool, especially for beginning and struggling readers. We asked our Facebook community to share some of their favorite titles to use in the classroom. Discover their favorites below.

15 Fantastic Audiobooks for Grades K-8

15 Fantastic Audiobooks for Grades K-8 - When it’s reading time, you don’t necessarily think about students pulling headphones and iPods out of their desks rather than a worn paperback. But audiobooks can be a fantastic learning tool, especially for beginning and struggling readers. We asked our Facebook community to share some of their favorite titles to use in the classroom. Discover their favorites below.

Favorite Fifth Grade Read Aloud Texts

If you're like me you probably enjoy switching up your read alouds once in awhile and trying something new. But finding that something new can be a lot of work. Not anymore!!!!! I've compiled a FREE list for you of the BEST fifth grade read alouds - chose

Hugo Cabret, Brian Selznick. A book in words & pictures. Loved the movie, but the book is soo much more exciting!

Did you know…

Did you know… The library has a subscription to Tumblebooks, an interactive website featuring animated, “talking” picture books. From Brownsburg Public Library.

Read Aloud Imperfectly: You Don't Have to Rock Reading Aloud

We got to hear from Jim Weiss about tips and tricks for character voices and how to be skilled storytellers in episode 4 of the podcast. Now listen in as he tells us that it doesn’t need to be done perfectly (and why we shouldn’t even try to make it so). I was rather caught off guard by how inspiring …

Free books online - read by members of Screen Actors Guild. James Earl Jones reads To Be a Drum & Betty White reads Harry the Dirty Dog. The books are read via video so the kids get to see the actor before the book begins. The illustrations are slightly animated. There is no text shown during the reading of the book.