Books and publications by A.L.L. Consultants
Launching The Writing Workshop: A Step-by-Step Guide In Photographs
A.L.L. consultant and classroom teacher, Denise Leograndis uses full-color photographs with clear descriptions to show you how you can transform your classroom into a well-organized workshop
Fluent Writing: How To Teach The Art Of Pacing
Are you puzzled by "pacing"? According to the NCEE standards, as well as some state standards, it's an essential writing skill. But what is pacing? And how do you teach it? Denise Leograndis
Practical Punctuation: Lessons On Rule Making And Rule Breaking In Elementary Writing
Dan has made it his business to delve into punctuation, and we are all the wiser for the impressive and exciting writing about the subject that he has done in this book.
Reading Projects Reimagined: Student-Driven Conferences To Deepen Critical Thinking
Veteran teacher and author Dan Feigelson raises an important question about the larger goal of reading instruction: while it's our job as reading teachers to introduce students to new ideas
Mouse-Deer Must Be Quick! (Rise And Shine)
An Indonesian Tale. Mouse-Deer tricks Tiger three times by telling him that he is guarding something special for the king. Each time Tiger suffers for his gullibility.
Flying High, Pogo! (Ag Fiction (American Girl))
Twelve-year-old Pogo has her hands full trying to earn money for gymnastics camp, making up with her best friend, caring for her baby stepsister, and helping her mother succeed in
A Song For Jeffrey (American Girl)
Lonely eleven-year-old Dodie meets Jeffrey, who has muscular dystrophy, and discovers what it is like to have a real friend, even as his condition worsens.
Plain, White Salt
An Austrian Tale. A king challenges his three daughters to bring him the most valuable thing, and becomes angry when the youngest brings him only salt. Later, he realizes his mistake when
Shrimp Shells In My Cleavage: Travel Tales From An Aussie Actress On The Run
Travel Tales from an Aussie Actress on the Run. Fictionalized memoirs.
Kindergarten: A Teacher, Her Students, And A Year Of Learning
Hailed by renowned educator Deborah Meier as “a rare and special pleasure to read,” Kindergarten explores a year in the life of a kindergarten classroom through the eyes