Too many children express a lack of interest in reading as they move into middle school. Whether our dormant readers have lost their reading motivation or have never felt this spark in the first place, it is never too late to engage children with reading. In this episode, explore strategies for engaging dormant middle school readers and preview titles with high interest to middle schoolers.
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