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June 20 , 2011

Read It Forward


With this practical guide, it's easy to implement the proven fun—and learning—of a read-it-forward program in your middle school library. Teens recommend books to other teens, offering a surefire way to promote books and reading.

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• An easy-to-follow process for creating an RIF program in any middle school

• Testimonials from those who have initiated and run RIF projects

• Specific examples of what works and what doesn't

• Resource lists from which librarians can draw in creating their own programs

• Offers librarians step-by-step guidance in running a read-it-forward project in which students are encouraged to read books then pass them on to others

• Shows how RIF encourages interest in reading for middle school students during a period when they often stop reading for recreation

• Discusses how RIF can provide a focus for library programming throughout the school year, connecting it to academics

• Demonstrates ways to get students excited about reading by connecting it to the curriculum they are studying

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