Readers and Wr/ters R'US

Owens, Roxanne Farwick
October 2002
Reading Today;Oct/Nov2002, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p42
Focuses on a literacy support project funded by the Illinois Reading Council, titled 'Readers and Wr/ters R'US: A Community Alphabet Book Series Project Linking International, Rural, Urban and Suburban Teachers and Students.' Goals of the project.


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