In my opinion, books are the best accessory.
Let’s celebrate a fantastic book release today!
Getting Boys to Read – Quick Tips for Parents and Teachers by Mike McQueen
Mike McQueen wrote a book that I think will be useful for teachers and parents as a tool to help inspire boys (and girls) to develop and continue their passion for reading. I bought this book because I was inspired by Mike McQueen’s enthusiasm, drive and ideas. I read this book from front to back because I was hooked. Mike packs this book with fantastic suggestions for getting boys (and girls too!) to read, expert opinions linked with even more ideas, useful teaching and parenting tips, honest advice, and he additionally provides further information on his website that includes book recommendations and videos for parents, teachers and children to watch. Can’t recommend this enough!
Want to find Mike’s book recommendations? Go here:
Want to buy the book? (HIGHLY RECOMMENDED)
Go here: www.AMzn.to/1iudTfi
Mike’s book made me think about two other links for book recommendations.
Thought I’d pop them here:
Literate Lives posted about “How Do I get my boy to Read?” – some good book series on the list..
What other resources do I love for book recommendations?
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