Read for your life : turning teens into readers
|Format:||Print Book 1992|
|Availability:||Available at 1 Library 1 of 1 copy|
Most teens already know what wealth and just-plain-fun books contain. What is sometimes missing is the encouragement to make time for reading in the middle of a busy life. Getting excited about books is contagious, and so is the reading habit. The whole family needs all the encouragement it can get, especially teenagers. Read for Your Life is more than inspiration to read. Gladys Hunt discusses how to read a book, what makes a good book, what questions to ask, and how to discern between good, better, and best. She has a way of making you want to read, while helping you to make the most of the opportunity. To help you choose what to read, Barbara Hampton has reviewed more than 300 books. Her recommendations run the gamut from classics like A Tale of Two Cities to contemporary fiction like A Ring of Endless Light; from literary greats like Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Alan Paton to moderns like Katherine Paterson and Chaim Potok. The book contains - Pointers on becoming a more perceptive reader - Tips on how to enjoy poetry, fantasy, and fiction - An annotated list of over 300 book recommendations - Hundreds of plot synopses - A complete index to authors and titles.
Young adult literature -- Book reviews.
Young adult literature -- Bibliography.
Reading -- Parent participation.
Teenagers -- Books and reading.
|Publisher|| Grand Rapids, Mich. :Zondervan Pub. House,1992
240 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Includes bibliographical references and index.