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These are the footnotes for a brief excerpt from Chapter 2 of
The Read-Aloud Handbook (Penguin, 2013, 7th edition).

Footnotes for CHAPTER TWO

(When to begin and end read-aloud)

  1. These remarks were made during an interview (September 3, 1979) with Dr. Brazelton conducted by John Merrow for Options in Education, a coproduction of National Public Radio and the Institute for Educational Leadership of George Washington University.  
  2. Anthony J. DeCasper and Melanie J. Spence, “Prenatal Maternal Speech Influences Newborns’ Perception of Speech Sounds,” Infant Behavior and Development 9, no. 2 (1986): 133– 50.  
  3. Marjory Roberts, “Class Before Birth,” Psychology Today, May 1987, p. 41; Sharon Begley and John Carey, “The Wisdom of Babies,” Newsweek, January 12, 1981, pp. 71– 72.
  4. Birgit Mampe, Angela D. Friederici, Anne Christophe, and Kathleen Wermke, “Newborns’ Cry Melody Is Shaped by Their Native Language,” Current Biology 19, no. 23 (2009): 1994–97.
  5. Warwick B. Elley, How in the World Do Students Read? (Hamburg: International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement, 1992). This document has been available as a PDF file from ERIC (Education Resources Information Center), However, in 2012 security concerns at ERIC caused them to block access to most PDFs until they could be secured. Once that is done, the above url should work. 
  6. John Merrow, Options in Education, National Public Radio, September 3, 1979.  
  7. David Elkind, The Hurried Child: Growing Up Too Fast Too Soon, 3rd ed. (Cambridge, MA: Perseus/ DaCapo, 2001).  
  8. Dolores Durkin, Children Who Read Early (New York: Teachers College, 1966); Margaret M. Clark, Young Fluent Readers (London: Heinemann, 1976). See also Anne D. Forester, “What Teachers Can Learn from ‘Natural Readers,’ ” Reading Teacher 31, no. 2 (1977): 160– 66.  
  9. Ina V. S. Mullis, Michael O. Martin, Eugene J. Gonzalez, and Ann M. Kennedy, PIRLS 2001 International Report: IEA’s Study of Reading Literacy Achievement in Primary School in 35 Countries, (Chestnut Hill, MA: International Association for the Evaluation of Educational Achievement, International Study Center, Boston College, 2003),  
  10. Ina V. S. Mullis, John A. Dossey, Jay R. Campbell, Claudia A. Gentile, Christine Sullivan, and Andrew Latham, NAEP 1992 Trends in Academic Progress, Office of Educational Research and Improvement (Washington, DC: U. S. Department of Education, 1994). See also Paul E. Barton and Richard J. Coley, America’s Smallest School: The Family (Princeton, NJ: Educational Testing Service, Policy Information Center, 1992), pp. 12–19,
  11. Ibid., pp. 105– 24.
  12. Norman Herr, “Internet Resources to Accompany the Sourcebook for Teaching Science: Television and Health,” California State University, Northridge,

  13. Lesley Mandel Morrow, “Home and School Correlates of Early Interest in Literature,” Journal of Educational Research 76, no. 4 (1983): 221–30.
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