Summer Outdoor Reading Club (Tip #94)

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Here’s the interview that I mentioned in my book for Tip #94. Special thanks to my teacher friend, Glen Todd, and his kids, for sharing their fun program. Get your copy of my book today on Amazon – www.AMzn.to/1iudTfi.

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3 Ways to Help My Book Launch

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1) BUY THE BOOK: If I can sell 300-400 books on Amazon THIS TUESDAY, all within 24 hours, I’ll have a great chance of making my book a “Bestseller”. Here’s the Amazon link, but please wait until TUESDAY – AMzn.to/1iudTfi 2) SHARE WITH YOUR FRIENDS Look for my posts, click the “Share” link, and post...

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Greg Writer Interviews Mike McQueen

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In the video below,  entrepreneur, Christian, and founder of Club Tuki, Greg Writer talks with me about my book, GETTING BOYS TO READ: QUICK TIPS FOR PARENTS & TEACHERS. We discuss my three promises and the big Amazon launch on Tuesday, April 29th. Please wait until Tuesday to purchase: Please wait until Tuesday to purchase:

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Buy the Book – Tues, April 29

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In the video below, I share the experience of seeing my book in print for the first time. I also explain the details about my April 29th book launch. Please take a look and then share this page with your friends! Please wait until Tuesday to purchase:     Flyer – Book-Launch.PDF  

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Graphic Organizers – Interview with Judi Herm

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Judi Herm, my former principal and Thinking Maps expert, talks with me about using graphic organizers with boys.

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UPDATE #29 – GETTING BOYS TO READ

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UPDATE #29 – GETTING BOYS TO READ: Here is a printout of the 547 edits I made over the past 2 months. Thanks to help from Stephanie Meunier Pellegrino and Kimberly Willahan, I feel my book has doubled in quality. It should arrive from the printer any day now! My big plea….Can I count on...

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Interview with Jim Trelease, Author of The Read Aloud Handbook

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Focus of Interview: Jim  Trelease Introduction Tips or suggestions for parents and educators that work with struggling readers that in relation to Reading Aloud with them. Relationships from the reader and to the child built with reading out loud. What to do with kids that don’t like stories, kids that prefer non-fiction or comic or...

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Interview with Richard Selznick, Author of The Shutdown Learner: Helping Your Academically Discouraged Child

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Focus of Interview: About Dr. Selznick, the Book “The Shut-Down Learner”, learning difficulties in children, problems in reading, and how to improve reading skills. Transcript of the Interview   Mike McQueen: Welcome Everyone! My name is Mike McQueen, your friendly teacher-librarian. I’m here interviewing Dr Richard Selznick, author of The Shut-Down Learner. Dr Selznick, are...

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Interview with Jane Yolen, Author of Owl Moon

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Interview Highlights: Overview of Jane’s books Natural Readers Helping struggling readers find right materials Importance of nonfiction Setting up a book swap Meeting kids’ needs

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Interview with Cris Tovani, Author of I Read It, but I Don’t Get It: Comprehension Strategies for Adolescent Readers

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Focus of Interview: What is a Fake Reader? Instill Joy in Reading, Models of Reading, Reading Comprehension for Kids, Interactive Games for Kids, How to Improve Reading Skills Transcript of the Interview Mike McQueen: I’m here today with author Cris Tovani. Cris, are you there? Cris Tovani: I am. Mike McQueen: Cris, thank you so...

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