As kids get ready to go “back to school,” families will face the challenge of motivating children to read daily outside of school as homework and extracurricular activities begin to fill up a child’s schedule. Yet, recent research shows daily independent reading can help children develop vocabulary, comprehension skills and stamina – all critical skills for school success. Families need easy, actionable tips and resources to make reading for fun at home a priority.
Children’s book expert David Allender, Scholastic Book Clubs Editorial Director, will be on the air tomorrow morning to discuss key findings from the Kids & Family Reading Report and help parents understand their role in influencing their children’s reading habits. David will also share upcoming trends in children’s literature, top book picks for all ages, and provide helpful “reading resolutions” for families to adopt during the new school year.
Tune-in at the following times, tomorrow, August 17:
- 7:15-7:25 AM ET: WINT-AM/FM (Cleveland, Ohio)
- 7:40-7:50 AM ET: WYYZ-AM (Altanta, Georgia)
- 8:05-8:15 ET: KLTF-AM (Minneapolis, Minnesota)
- 9:30-9:40 AM ET: WAMV-AM (Roanoke, Virginia)
- 10:50-11:00 AM ET: WOCA-AM/FM (Orlando, Florida)
David will also appear this following national and local radio shows this week. Please check your local listings for more information:
- "TALK! with Audrey" (national)
- "Let's Just Talk with Kathryn Raaker" (national)
- American Urban Radio Network (national)
- I HEART RADIO 24-7 News Source (national)
- CRN Digital Talk Radio Network & Salem Radio Network (national)
- Westwood One National (national)
- Tennessee Radio Network (regional)
- New England Broadcasting (regional)
- WCBC-AM (Washington, D.C.)
- KKNW-AM (Seattle, Washington)
- WFIN-AM (Toledo, Ohio)
- WHPT-FM / WWRM-FM (Tampa & St. Petersburg, Florida)
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Pictured: David Allender, Credit: Scholastic