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Why Read Aloud is Important

Here is some information on why reading aloud to secondary students is important!

Read Aloud Resources

These resources will help you find appropriate read-aloud materials in all secondary content areas.

Books to help Identify Read-Alouds

Listed below are some titles from the ASU Library that discuss read alouds as a type of resource but more importantly they are bibliographies of read aloud titles. To locate more search the ASU Library Catalog using the keywords: 'read alouds' OR the subject: 'oral reading'


8 th ed. New York : New York Public library, 1990
PN1009 .A1 S77x 1990 West Stacks
Booktalks, Bookwalks, and Read-alouds : Promoting the Best New Children's Literature Across the Elementary Curriculum
Westport, Conn. : Libraries Unlimited/Teacher Ideas Press, 2002
Z1037 .A1 B5823 2002 West Stacks


For Reading Out Loud! : a Guide to Sharing Books With Children
Rev. and expanded ed. New York : Delacorte Press, c1988.
PN1009 .A1 K55x 1988 Hayden Stacks, West Stacks


Englewood, CO : Libraries Unlimited, c1994
LB1575.5 .M34 1994 Hayden Stacks, West Stacks ALSO  E Book 


New Providence, N.J. : R.R. Bowker, c1995.
Z1037 .F848 1995 Hayden Stacks, West Stacks


Greenwood Village, Colo. : Libraries Unlimited, 2002.
Z1037 .W957 2002 West Stacks


New York, NY : Penguin Books, 1989
LB1573.5 .T68 1989 West Stacks ALSO have later editions


7th ed., New York, N.Y., U.S.A. : Penguin Books, 1985
LB1573.5 .T68 2013 Poly Stacks, Also other editions 


Portland, Me. : Stenhouse Publishers, c2002
Z1037 .A1 H25 2002 West Stacks
Englewood, Colo. : Libraries Unlimited, 1997.
LB1042 S58 1997 West Stacks ALSO E-Book

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