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By Bonnie Mackey,Hedy Watson

Covering greater than three hundred alphabet books with subject, content material region, grade point, textual content constitution, and educational price indexing, this broad source consultant comprises bibliographic details and short summaries of every choice in addition to a bankruptcy dedicated to the original makes use of of alphabet books inside ELL study rooms.

• offers in-depth indexing and coding for greater than three hundred alphabet books for grades K–12, delivering an easy-access source for librarians and teachers

• comprises research of textual content buildings and tutorial values that is helping educators hyperlink curriculum goals to precise alphabet books

• offers classes and methods with featured books for pre-K via twelfth grade

• Describes particular tutorial feedback that may be used with ELL scholars with lists of second-language titles

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