What’s NEW in the Phyllis C. Hunter Classroom Libraries?
Learn about what’s included in the Phyllis C. Hunter Classroom Library and peek inside the books!
NEW RESOURCES FOR TEACHERS & STUDENTS
Build avid readers with the NEW Phyllis C. Hunter Classroom Libraries for K-9! Drawing on over 20 years of experience and expertise, Phyllis Hunter has hand-selected books for students of all backgrounds and reading ability, getting them excited about the world of books and the possibilities they bring. Accompanying this essential set of books is a Teacher Handbook to optimize independent reading time and immerse students in the broad range of engaging titles.
EACH GRADE-LEVEL SET INCLUDES:
- 100 high quality paperbacks
- A 48-page Teacher Handbook
- Storage bins & labels
EVERY TEACHER HANDBOOK:
- Breaks down exactly how each book can be optimally used in the classroom
- Recommends books that appeal to particular student populations
- Includes letters to parents and caregivers to help encourage literary engagement at home, reinforcing work done in the classroom
Look inside the books!
Extend Your Program
More resources from literacy expert Phyllis C. Hunter!
PHYLLIS C. HUNTER STRETCH COLLECTIONS
Expand your library with books your students will reach for again and again. Expand recreational and independent reading opportunities year-round with these new collections of contemporary fiction and nonfiction, with multiple copies of each title, that are perfect for summer vacation, after school, at home, and classroom use.
- Select a book.
- Try it out.
- Read it.
- Enjoy it.
- Think about it.
- Communicate ideas.
- Help yourself to another book!
This essential resource showcases renowned educator Phyllis Hunter’s pivotal guidance for administrators, teachers, parents, and concerned citizens about how best to serve the literacy needs of students of color. Hunter addresses twelve pivotal understandings and practices that encourage successful reading—from reading comprehension to Response to Intervention to oral language development and family involvement—that every educator who works with a diverse student population should understand. As Ms. Hunter maintains, “Reading is the New Civil Right!”Buy Now >
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