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Inspire Creativity

**This is a guest post, written by Jenny Holt.

A survey by NASA of 1,600 children found that 98% of 4-5 year olds could actually be classified as “creative geniuses.” However by the time the…

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Ready for Takeoff: Listening for Literacy

We know teens and tweens can be tough crowds to please. This week, we'll hear about one California junior high school and how their teacher librarian not only got her students interested in…

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Fly Away with a Great Story

**This is a guest post, written by Jenny Holt.

You may think that aviophobia (fear of flying) is exclusively an adult thing, but the National Institute of Mental Health reports that up to 25% of…

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“I Want a Good Book”: Helping Students Choose the Right Book

**Editor's Note: This post was written by Darcy Pattison, from Mims House, a publisher whose books are now available on Tales2go. This is an excerpted repost. Read more at Mims House.

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Book Nooks

** This guest post was written by blog contributor, Jenny Holt.

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Never Too Young (or Old) for Audio Book Time

** This is a guest post from contributor Jenny Holt**

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Tell A Tale And Warm Your Toes: Sparking Curiosity Around The Campfire

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Case Study: Winthrop School

Summer is the perfect time for students to get really into audiobooks. Listening to stories helps  build vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension skills. It's a great, easy, and fun way to combat…

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Guest Post: Dyslexia, The New Laws, and Audiobooks

**Editor's Note: This post was written by Certified Academic Language Therapist, Denise Emert. She is an interventionist in the Marshfield Schools in Missouri, and has been teaching in public…
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Guest Post: Audiobooks for Teenagers

** This post was written by Tales2go Summer Intern, Alex, a junior in high school in Washington, DC. The titles pictured throughout the post are his recommendations for other teens.

Every morning…

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