Poetry Just Might Be the Remedy for Reluctant Readers
Pitbulls in the form of pages.
Author Jason Reynolds argues magnificently for using poetry as the gateway drug into reading. If you know a child is a reluctant reader, don’t hand them a book. Hand them a little poem and let them experience the great power of few words. Then they’ll get the rush. Then you’ve got them.
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