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Classroom Book-A-Day w/ Jillian Heise
Tell us a little bit about yourself and how you got inspired to start the #ClassroomBookaDay.
#ClassroomBookaDay is about making time each day in your classroom to read a picture book.
What do you see as the benefit of focusing more on picture books?
I’ve seen these incredible displays of teachers’ #ClassroomBookaDay reading where they post a cover of each book on grid on a bulletin board.
How do you display the #ClassroomBookADay in your school?
How do you see the display of the books as an important of aspect of #ClassroomBookADay?
How do you make time to read one picture book every day?
What is your routine like for reading the books with your students?
What about folks who don’t have their own classroom – librarians, literacy coaches, administrators?
180+ days is a lot to fill! How do you choose titles?
What are some of your favorite books for the first week or so of school?
Where can people go to get more information?
Aside from picture books, what have you been reading lately that you’ve liked?
Classroom Book-A-Day Resources and Links
Heise Reads & Recommends: www.heisereads.com
BALB Literacy Consulting: www.balblit.com
Facebook #classroombookaday group: www.facebook.com/groups/classroombookaday
Slideshare with Previous Presentations: www.slideshare.net/mrsheise
#classroombookaday Origin Story & Updates: http://heisewrites.blogspot.com/2014/09/180-bookaday-read-alouds.html
Nerdy Book Club Post – https://nerdybookclub.wordpress.com/2017/07/03/classroombookaday-the-power-of-shared-picture-book-stories-by-jillian-heise/
Picture Books Discussed
To the Sea (Cale Atkinson)
I Want My Hat Back (Jon Klassen)
Mr Tiger Goes Wild (Peter Brown)
Explorers of the Wild (Cale Atkinson)
Pardon Me (Daniel Miyares)
That Neighbor Kid (Daniel Miyares)
Float (Daniel Miyares)
That Is My Dream (Daniel Miyares)
Barnacle is Bored (Jonathan Fenske)
Poor Little Guy (Elanna Allen)
A Hungry Lion, or a Dwindling Assortment of Animals (Lucy Ruth Cummins)
Sam and Dave Dig A Hole (Mac Barnett & Jon Klassen)
Creepy Carrots (Aaron Reynolds & Peter Brown)
The Monster’s Monster (Patrick McDonnell)
Blizzard (John Rocco)
Each Kindness (Jacqueline Woodson & E.B. Lewis)
The Invisible Boy (Trudy Ludwig & Patrice Barton)
14 Cows for America (Carmen Agra Deedy: Wilson Kimeli Naiyomah & Thomas Gonzaalez)
Fireboat: The Heroic Adventures of the John J. Harvey (Maira Kalman)
The Little Chapel That Stood (A.B. Curtiss & Mirto Golino)
My Teacher is a Monster (No, I am Not.) (Peter Brown)
Wild About Us (Karen Beaumont & Janet Stevens)
My Friend Maggie (Hannah E. Harrison)
Happy Dreamer (Peter H. Reynolds)
A Tiger Tail (Mike Boldt)
Strictly No Elephants (Lisa Mantchev & Taeeun Yoo)
Be a Friend (Salina Yoon)
Let Me Finish (Minh Lè)
School’s First Day of School (Adam Rex & Christian Robinson)
How To Read a Story (Kate Messner)
Dear Dragon: A Pen Pal Tale (Josh Funk & Rodolfo Montalvo)
Beautiful (Stacy McAnulty & Joanne Lew-Vriethoff)
Where Oliver Fits (Cale Atkinson)
Blue Sky, White Stars (Kadir Nelson & Sarvinder Naberhaus)
They All Saw a Cat (Brendan Wenzel)
The Legend of Rock, Paper, Scissors (Drew Daywalt & Adam Rex)
Penguin Problems (Jory John & Lane Smith)
Not Quite Narwhal (Jessie Sima)
Jabari Jumps (Gaia Cornwall)
Dad and the Dinosaur (Gennifer Choldenko & Dan Santat)
I Like, I Don’t Like (Ale Ale & Anne Baccelliere)
Middle Grade Books Discussed
Patina (Jason Reynolds)
Miles Morales: Spider Man (Jason Reynolds)
Wishtree (Katherine Applegate)
The Gauntlet (Karuna Riazi)
Fergus & Zeke (Kate Messner & Heather Ross)
Beatrice Zinker Upside Down Thinker (Shelley Johannes)
The Bad Guys (Aaron Blabey)
YA Books Discussed
War Cross (Marie Lu)
Legend (Marie Lu)
In a Perfect World – Trish Doller
The Names They Gave Us (Emery Lord)
Long Way Down (Jason Reynolds)
All American Boys (Jason Reynolds & Brendan Kiely)
The Hate U Give (Angie Thomas)
Dear Martin (Nic Stone)
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