Professional Books
About Literacy


The titles listed below are intended to provide a beginning list of links to current and popular professional books relevant for classroom teachers and instructional leaders working toward a better understanding of what effective literacy instruction looks like across the curriculum. Many have served as wonderful building blocks and discussion prompts during faculty study groups. If you know of a "must-read" in any of the areas listed below, please don't hesitate to email your recommendations to The Literacy Web webmaster: NLRT@Uconn.edu

First off, Stenhouse Publisher's Complete Books Online gives you access to more than 50 books (many of the most popular in the field of literacy right now) to read and preview for FREE! You can't print them out, but you can read them to your heart's content and can later order them for your own home library if you'd like.

Read Aloud

Beginning Reading and Phonics

Guided Reading

Reading Comprehension

Reading Workshop

Writing Workshop

Literacy Centers

Technology Integration

Staff Development

Reading Theory and Research

Assessment and Evaluation in Reading

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This page last updated March, 2002.


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