Donalyn Miller and her students help their new student teacher discover the power of books and reading.


Donalyn Miller shares the books she read during her holiday #bookaday challenge and encourages readers to create or join reading challenges in 2011.


Donalyn Miller examines the current trend in dystopian young adult literature and provides book recommendations for outstanding dystopian YA.


Donalyn Miller and her students look forward to the upcoming holiday break by making reading plans.


Donalyn Miller shares her favorite books of 2010 through the Twitter chat #titletalk.


Donalyn Miller promotes the ARC's Float On campaign, where book reviewers and bloggers can donate the free books they receive to local classrooms and charities.


Reading is Fundamental (RIF) announces report findings that prove access to print materials positively affects children's reading performance and interest in reading.


Donalyn Miller describes recent attempts to ban Laurie Halse Anderson's Speak and the public outcry against book banning.


Donalyn Miller identifies the components of independent reading programs that work.


Donalyn Miller asks readers to contribute books to a colleague who recently lost classroom materials in a flood.


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