Tre has a new book in his series Cheesestakes & Clippers.
His books focus on community and financial literacy and entrepreneurship.
Tre also hosts an AMAZING Vlog focusing on literacy and does tremendous work to create access for young people to engage in reading.
Check him out at @mrlitedu and support his efforts to create opportunities through literacy.
A must listen to podcast episode!
Please take a moment to listen and leave a supporting message for these young Kings sharing their perspectives and book reviews! The link to the podcast is in the bio.
Our favorite line, "Can I elaborate?" Yes!
Three Black Boys; Three Black Books
Three elementary school students (two fifth and one fourth) and their librarian discuss non fiction picture books. The books discussed are the following: The Roots of Rap written Carole Boston Weatherford by and illustrated by Frank Morrison, When the Beat was Born written by Laban Carrick Hill and illustrated by Frank Morrison and Thurgood Marshall written by Jonah Winter and illustrated by Brian Collier.
More of this please!
Amazing job young men. Thank you to School Librarian @mlynnbooks for creating and sharing this awesome podcast.
We Are Here Lit! & R.E.A.D. Books with Joziah!
We are featured on an episode of the most excellent podcast, R.E.A.D. with Joziah (@readbookswithjoziah)
Join us as we discuss Jason Reynolds's book Ghost (1) (Track), and also hear Joziah share some fun facts and more!
If you have a young person who likes to read, have them listen to R.E.A.D. Books with Joziah on your favorite podcast platform.
It is of the highest honor to have been chosen to participate in this podcast. We Are Here Lit's mission is to uplift youth, centering Black male voices as our mission, goal, and core value
As a parent, public, school librarian or teacher, do you wonder or understand this movement in literacy around the 'Science of Reading'?
It is alot to know and as usual, so much jargon in figuring out how to help our kids and students understand how to become people that not only can read what is in front of them, but also understand it.
This podcast by Amplify Education is one of many to consider in getting better acquainted with the big concepts and technical aspects of the Science of Reading or SOR, as it's called in reading, instruction, and research circles.
Do you listen to or read certain sites about SOR? Please share them in the comments.
6th grader Joziah brings a podcast promoting literacy, reviewing intriguing titles from different genres with interviews, and more!
Find him here on IG @readbookswithjoziah And also on Apple podcast!
Check him out and share this podcast as a model for homeschooling, classroom, and library programs
Featured site: R.E.A.D. with Joziah
6 grader Joziah brings a podcast promoting literacy, reviewing intriguing titles from different genres with interviews, and more!
Find him here on IG
And also on Apple podcast!
Check him out and share this podcast as a model for homeschooling, classroom and library programs.
The recorded session can be watched here on the YouTube link below, or you can listen to the podcast, https://anchor.fm/weareherelit.
So insightful and diverse. The gentleman on this panel's influence and insight are so important in understanding how to engage youth with reading.
WE ARE HERE will provide you book reviews, discussions, news, and programming about literature and literacy by and about Black males. This site will also feature vlog conversations on topics related to the promoting literacy and voice for Black boys and young men.