Hearing books read aloud, whether fiction or non-fiction, offers many advantages. Educators believe it piques interest as well as builds connections between the spoken and written word. Reading books aloud also promotes bonding, vocabulary development, and listening skills.
Bauer, Caroline. Presenting Reader’s Theater: Plays and Poems to Read Aloud.
Bellingham, Rebecca. The Artful Read-aloud (eAudiobook).
Cleaver, Samantha. Raising An Active Reader.
Cunningham, Anne E. Book Smart: How to Develop and Support Successful, Motivated Readers.
Dickson, Kim Joceyln. The Invisible Toolbox: The Power of Reading to Your Child.
Horn, Pamela. One-Hundred-and-One Read-Aloud Classics.
Miller, Donalyn. The Book Whisperer.
Paul, Pamela. How to Raise a Reader.
Trelease, Jim. Jim Trelease’s Read-Aloud Handbook
For more information, https://www.readaloud.org