Some of My Best Friends Are Books by Judith Wynn Halsted
Guiding Gifted Readers from Pre-School to High School (2nd Edition)

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Need a good reading list for bright students?

Books give important emotional and intellectual support for gifted children, many of whom face unique issues in their lives due to their special talents and abilities. The author describes how to use books as bibliotherapy to provide support, guidance, and insight.

Now in it's second edition, this is an in valuable resource for parents looking for books to recommend to gifted readers not only to enjoy, but also to gain perspective on themselves and others.

-Intellectual and emotional growth through reading

-Reading needs of gifted children

-Summaries of just under 300 books

-Books indexed by author, title, and theme

-Books organized by grade level

-Discussion topics provided for every title

-Annotated bibliography


About Judith Wynn Halsted

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Halstes has been involved with gifted children for over 30 years.
Published January 1, 1995 by Great Potential Pr Inc. 430 pages
Genres: Education & Reference, Children's Books, Literature & Fiction. Non-fiction

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Though “Guiding Gifted Readers” is a subtitle that doesn’t merit a large font or high placement on the cover of the third edition of this venerable book, Some of my Best Friends is unabashedly a guide for the guides of gifted children.

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