Reading is the Ultimate Adventure!
Among teachers and librarians they’re known as “reluctant readers.” Kids who may have terrific reading skills, but don’t tend to turn to books. We wanted to turn a few around, and we knew just how to do it.
These action-packed books offer young readers a chance to determine how the story will end, and if they’ll survive!
Chronicle invited bloggers to reverse a reluctant reader by giving them a copy of the latest in our series The Worst-Case Scenario Ultimate Adventure Novel: Amazon.
Take a peek inside.
Follow along as these bloggers help young readers discover that reading is the ultimate adventure.
4/3 The Working Closet
4/27 Notes from the Trenches
4/27 Ruth Ayres Writes
4/28 Where the Best Books Are
4/29 Pragmatic Mom
4/30 Middle Grade Mafioso
5/1 The O.W.L.
5/3 Muse Reviews
5/4 Write for a Reader
5/5 Amber Keyser
How about you? Do you have a reluctant reader in your life? Let us know below for a chance to win an entire set of Worst Case Scenario Ultimate Adventure Novels.
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