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Is your school ready for 2017-2018 Read Aloud enrollment?

Posted Tuesday June 13, 2017 by Read Aloud West Virginia

While our children are enjoying the lazy days of summer, teachers, principals, coordinators and readers throughout West Virginia (as well as the Read Aloud staff!) are looking ahead to fall...

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What’s the point of a Read Aloud conference?

Posted Friday June 02, 2017 by Read Aloud West Virginia

By Melody Simpson The fourth annual Read Aloud Conference will be held July 24-25 at Stonewall Resort in Roanoke, West Virginia. As in prior years, Read Aloud West Virginia will...

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Books prescribed to prevent summer slide

Posted Wednesday May 31, 2017 by Read Aloud West Virginia

Pre-Kindergarten Tree: a Peek-Through Picture Book by Britta Teckentrup “A book with peek-through holes that let a child view the changes in a tree throughout the four seasons”    ...

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Importance of Summer Reading

Posted Wednesday May 31, 2017 by Read Aloud West Virginia

By Sara Busse Ahhh… summer. Time for kids to kick back, take a break, put away the books. Well, no. Google “the importance of summer reading” and you’ll see that...

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Author Pam Miller visits local schools

Posted Friday May 26, 2017 by Read Aloud West Virginia

Children’s book author, Pam Miller, from Shepherdstown, West Virginia, visited Madison Elementary in Boone County and Cedar Grove Elementary in Kanawha County on May 9 and 10, 2017. She made...

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A great gig: a volunteer profile of Joe Biola

Posted Friday May 26, 2017 by Read Aloud West Virginia

By Nikki Moses How was Read Aloud today, Mr. Biola? “Swell.” The energy in his voice is unmistakable. He has just returned from reading to three classrooms of devoted kids...

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