Donalyn Miller announces the 2012 Notable Children's Books in the English Language Arts winners for readers in grades K-8.


As part of the annual Share a Story/ Shape a Future blog event, Donalyn Miller provides tips for parents who want to create a reading culture at home.


Donalyn Miller invites you to participate in World Read Aloud Day on March 7, 2012 and describes the importance of reading aloud to students.


Donalyn Miller doesn't think it matters how, when, or what we challenging ourselves to read in 2011, as long as we commit to read.


Donalyn Miller explores the importance of reading communities and provides resources for feeding your reading life.


Donalyn Miller explores why she carries so many books with her.


Donalyn Miller and her students gear up for National Novel Writing Month and invite Chris Angotti, NaNoWriMo's Young Writers' Program Director, to share the benefits and features of the program.


In recognition of Banned Book Week, which ends today, Donalyn Miller invites Alan Sitomer to share his thoughts about his controversial new book, The Downside of Being Up.


Donalyn Miller celebrates the release of Anne Ursu's Breadcrumbs by inviting Anne to share why she writes fantasy for children.


Donalyn Miller recognizes that creating a reading culture at her school wasn't magical.


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