In episode 009 of the Your Kid’s Next Read podcast:
Should I worry about re-reading?
Re-reading for kids: good or bad? Some kids like to re-read books they love – to the point where you might worry they’ll wear a rut in the bookshelf. But is it something to be concerned about? Allison and Megan look at the reasons kids like to re-read favourites and whether you need to move them on.
Plus, Megan has some audio book recommendations for your holiday car trips and Allison has tips for teaching young writers to time travel.
Books we mention
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Bookmail and TBR pile
‘Miss Happiness and Miss Flower’ by Rumer Godden
‘Story Doctors’ by Boori Monty Pryor. Illustrated by Rita Sinclair
‘The Right Way to Rock’ by Nat Amoore
‘The Imagineer’ by Christopher Cheng and Lucia Masciullo
‘Wonderful Shoes’ by Emma Bowd and Tania McCartney
Re-reading for kids
Writing for kids: How to time travel to the past by Allison Tait
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Meet Allison Rushby
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Find out about Allison and her books at allisonrushby.com