Are there pitfalls to avoid
in choosing long novels?
What makes a good read-aloud?
When it's obvious you've made
a poor choice of a book, is it OK to abandon it and move
to another? Or if you're reading a book that has too
many long descriptive passages, is it against the rules
to skip these passages?
Do children have to follow along
in a book as you read aloud?
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