Berkey, Anne
December 2003
Florida Media Quarterly;Winter2003, Vol. 29 Issue 2, p8
Focuses on the effort of a media specialist at Bartram Train High School in Saint Johns County, Florida to target the lower level readers with a program that would help them appreciate and value reading. Attempt of the specialist to facilitate a book fair in 2002; Decision of the media specialist with a language arts teacher to take the students shopping for books; Account of books chosen by the students.


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