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Designed for public librarians, school media specialists, teachers, and anyone with an interest in supporting teen literacy, this book features 133 nonfiction booktalks to use with both voracious and reluctant teen readers. These booktalks cover a wide and varied range of nonfiction genres, including science, nature, history, biography, graphic novels, true crime, art, and Designed for public librarians, school media specialists, teachers, and anyone with an interest in supporting teen literacy, this book features 133 nonfiction booktalks to use with both voracious and reluctant teen readers. These booktalks cover a wide and varied range of nonfiction genres, including science, nature, history, biography, graphic novels, true crime, art, and much more. Each includes a set of discussion questions and sample project ideas which could be easily expanded into a classroom lesson plan or full library program. Also included are several guidelines for classroom integration, tips for making booktalks more interactive and interesting, and selections for further reading.


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Designed for public librarians, school media specialists, teachers, and anyone with an interest in supporting teen literacy, this book features 133 nonfiction booktalks to use with both voracious and reluctant teen readers. These booktalks cover a wide and varied range of nonfiction genres, including science, nature, history, biography, graphic novels, true crime, art, and Designed for public librarians, school media specialists, teachers, and anyone with an interest in supporting teen literacy, this book features 133 nonfiction booktalks to use with both voracious and reluctant teen readers. These booktalks cover a wide and varied range of nonfiction genres, including science, nature, history, biography, graphic novels, true crime, art, and much more. Each includes a set of discussion questions and sample project ideas which could be easily expanded into a classroom lesson plan or full library program. Also included are several guidelines for classroom integration, tips for making booktalks more interactive and interesting, and selections for further reading.

19 review for Cooler Than Fiction: A Planning Guide for Teen Nonfiction Booktalks

  1. 4 out of 5

    Angela

    I read this book as a part of my class on Book Talks - what I discovered most about reading about Book Talks, and reading Book Talks themselves, is that I found a BUNCH of new books to add to my wishlist - 10 Sure Signs a Movie Character is Doomed and Other Surprising Movie Lists by Richard Roeper R.I.P. by Susan K. Hom Gross-Out Cakes: The Kitty Litter Cake and Other Classics by Kathleen Barlow and Britney ney Schetselaar The Wicked History of the World by Terry Deary and martin Brown Ask the Bones I read this book as a part of my class on Book Talks - what I discovered most about reading about Book Talks, and reading Book Talks themselves, is that I found a BUNCH of new books to add to my wishlist - 10 Sure Signs a Movie Character is Doomed and Other Surprising Movie Lists by Richard Roeper R.I.P. by Susan K. Hom Gross-Out Cakes: The Kitty Litter Cake and Other Classics by Kathleen Barlow and Britney ney Schetselaar The Wicked History of the World by Terry Deary and martin Brown Ask the Bones: Scary Stories from Around the World by Arielle North Olson and Howard Schwartz The Duel: The Parallel Lives of Alexander Hamilton & Aaron Burr by Judith St. George First Kids: The True Stories of All the Presidents Children by Noah McCullough History's Greatest Lies by William Weir More Bones: Scary Stories from Around the World by Arielle North Olson and Howard Schwartz Sweet! The Delicious Story of Candy by Ann Love and Jane Drake Dark Dreams: The Story of Stephen King by Nancy Whitelaw Crime Scene: The Ultimate Guide to Forensic Science by Richard Platt Killer Wallpaper: True Cases of Deadly Poisonings by Anna Prokos Mysteries Unwrapped: The Secretes of Alcatraz by Susan Sloate Everything I Ate: A Year in the Life of My Mouth by Tucker Shaw Gastroanomalies: Questionable Culinary Creations from the Golden Age of American Cookery by James Lileks Ghoulish Goodies by Sharon Bowers Play with Your Food by Joost Elffers (to rec to a friend) What the World Eats by Faith D'Alsio and Peter Menzel While You're Waiting for the Food to Come by Eric Muller Art Fraud Detective: Spot the Difference, Solve the Crime by Anna Nilsen The Guerilla Art Kit: Everything You need to Put Your Message Out into the World by Keri Smith Lewis & Clark Revisited: A Photographer's Trail by Greg MacGregor Be Afraid, Be Very Afraid: The Book of Scary Urban Legends by Jan Harold Brunvand - already read this one, I gave it 3 stars Geektastic: Stories from the Nerd Herd by Holly Black and Cecil Casellucci Shelf Life:Stories by the Book by Gary Paulsen Troll's Eye View: A Book of Villainous Tales by Ellen Datlow and Terri Windling Worlds Afire by Paul B. Janeczko Young Oxford Book of Nasty Endings by Dennis Pepper American Born Chinese by Gene Luen Yang Beowolf by Gareth Hinds Pitch Black by Youme Landowne and Anthony Horton There's a Hair in My dirt! A Worm's Story by Gary Larson Brain: The Complete Mind by Michael S. Sweeney Freaks of the Storm: From Flying Cows to Stealing Thunder by Randy Cerveny Shark Life: True Stories about Sharks & the Sea by Peter Benchley That Gunk on Your Car: A Unique Guide to Insects of North America by Mark Hostetler Bitten: True Medical Stories of Bites and Stings by Pamela Nagami Dangerous Planet: Natural Disasters that Changed History by Bryn Barnard Every Creeping Thing: True Tales of Faintly Repulsive Wildlife by Richard Conniff Volcano Weather: The Story of 1816, the Year Without a Summer by Elizabeth Stommel and Henry Stommel The Explainer by the writers of Slate Magazine Girl, 13 by Starla Griffin Made You Look: How Advertising Works and Why You Should Know by Shari Graydon and Warren Clarke My So-Called Digital Life: 2,000 Teenagers, 300 Cameras, and 30 Days to Document Their World by Bob Pletka

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