The Classroom Bookshelf is Moving
Dear Classroom Bookshelf Readers,
We would like to extend our sincere gratitude for your readership over the years. Going forward, you will be able to access our blog entries at https://classroombookshelf.wordpress.com/ . Our full twelve years of entries will soon be there and we hope that you and your students will continue to use our teaching invitations to explore the wonderful books we have featured.
We’re thrilled to share that we’re busy at work on a new book, in which we share a new framework for using children’s, middle grade, and young adult literature in the K-8 classroom. The framework is the result of our collective years of teaching young people and their teachers, and writing blog entries. Look for the new book in late 2023.
Until then, you can find us at some of our other projects, including, but not limited to:
Teaching with Trade Books and Text Sets, Mary Ann & Erika’s Website
Libros for Language, Grace’s collaboration with Dr. Meg Burns
The Biography Clearinghouse (a project for which Mary Ann, Erika, and Denise are contributors)
The Classroom Bookshelf Team
About Erika Thulin Dawes
Erika is a professor of language and literacy at Lesley University. A former classroom teacher, reading specialist, and literacy supervisor, she now teaches courses in children’s literature, early literacy, and literacy methods. Erika is the co-author of Learning to Write with Purpose, Teaching with Text Sets, and Teaching to Complexity.
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