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Reading for Pleasure: Guidelines

By Dixie Lee Spiegel

Newark, Delaware: International Reading Assoc. 1981, 1981. 9 x 6. ISBN:0-87207-226-6. 89 pp. Promotes reading for pleasure as an essential part of successful reading programs. Contents include the theory of recreational reading programs and research. Motivati on and implementation of recreation reading programs. Stapled soft cover booklet has almost no signs of wear. A little shelf rubbing. Text clean and tight. Former owner's stamp on title page. To acces s other books in our reading instruction collection key in the letter R at the keyword prompt. Overall cond: v. good - near fine..

$8.00

Motivating Reluctant Readers

By Alfred J. Ciani

Newark, Delaware: International Reading Assoc. 1981. 9 x 6. ISBN:0-87207-530-3. 104 pp. Articles that present views on why some youngsters refuse to read and "what may be done to get them to want to read. 9 articles. Soft cover has scuffing and a crease at spine from opening. Text is clean and unmarked. "Program specialist Stikine #87 S.D" neatly written on title page. To view other books in our reading education collection key in the letter R after the keyword prompt. Overall cond: v. good..

$8.00

ADHD - Hyperactivity : A Consumer's Guide for Parents and Teachers
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ADHD - Hyperactivity : A Consumer's Guide for Parents and Teachers

By Gordon, Michael

DeWitt, NY, U.S.A.: G S I Publications, 1991. 178 pp. For parents and teachers. Analyzes 30 principles in dealing with Hyperactivity/ADHD. Also has Resource listing; Agency contact log; and ADHD events log. Dr. Gordon is the inventor of a standardized test of attention and self-control (The Gordon Diagnostic System). Softcover has very little wear, a bit of a bump to bottom corner front. No former owner's name. Text is clean and secure. A nice copy.. Soft Cover. Very Good/No Jacket. 9 x 6.

$12.00

Death Out of the Closet

By Gene Stanford and Deborah Perry

N. Y. And Toronto: Bantam, 1976. 213 pp. Subtitled: A curriculum guide to living with Dying. "With no special training, you can teach death education as easily as you teach the basics" Deals with: the problems unique to death studies and how to confront them; topics and themes to be used within the existing curriculum, in an elective, or in a full program on death; background reading, teaching materials, and strategies; in-depth questions and activities for key readings - both fiction and non-fiction. Softcover has a 2" vertical crease at top of front cover, a crease to bottom front cover. From a school library, school stamp to front couple of pages but no pocket or card, no spine label. Stamp to pages' edges top and bottom. Text is clean and unmarked. Back few pages have a top corner bend. A good useable copy.. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 7 x 4 1/4.

$6.00