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Great Books – Reviews by learners for learners

Learners in the Readers to Leaders Project of Write to Read, the Alameda County Library Adult Literacy Program, have created an online collection of book reviews. The reviews were written by learners for learners.

The collection may be downloaded from the web site, or visitors may choose to download individual reviews. Titles in the review collection include Life is So Good by George Dawson and Richard Glaubman, Stealing Home: the Story of Jackie Robinson by Barry Denenberg, Seedfolks by Paul Fleischman, and Rosa Parks: My Story by Rosa Parks with Jim Haskins. The books vary in difficulty from level 1 to  level 4.

Check it out at: http://literacyworks.org/clls/resources/great_books/great_books.html

 

 

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