Nonfiction for Parents

Nonfiction for Parents and Educators

Cardboard Box Adventures Publishing specializes in nonfiction books for parents and educators seeking to improve their children’s and students’ reading abilities. Look here for books on topics such as the value of shared reading, how to help struggling readers, how to help children with dyslexia and other learning differences, how to develop a firm foundation of pre-literacy skills before children enter school, best practices for teaching children to read, and how to help monitor intervention when children’s reading skills need improvement.

Cardboard Box Adventures is also pleased to present a Sir Kaye study guide with lesson plans, vocabulary and comprehension activities, and writing enrichment ideas for any teachers wishing to use the Sir Kaye books in the classroom.

Check back here for more nonfiction for parents and educators in the future.

Cover of the book Raising a Child with Dyslexia: What Every Parent Needs to Know by Don M. Winn. A great tool to help parents and educators provide emotional support for kids with dyslexia.

Raising a Child with Dyslexia: What Every Parent Needs to Know

Don M. Winn

Do you suspect your child may have dyslexia?
Has your child been diagnosed with dyslexia?
Are you confused about how to help your child at home and school?
How can you help your child cope with the emotional ramifications of dyslexia?
How can you give any child—dyslexic or not—the best possible foundation for learning to read?

Find out in Raising a Child with Dyslexia: What Every Parent Needs to Know by dyslexia advocate Don M. Winn. This book supplies helpful information for parents and educators as they provide academic, social, and emotional support to dyslexic children and nurture skills that will help them grow, thrive, and be happy.

Failing Students or Failing Schools? A Parent's Guide to Reading Instruction and Intervention

Faith Borkowsky

Is reading a struggle for your child?
Does it cause your child stress or embarrassment?
Are you confused by mixed messages received from teachers and other professionals?
Then this book is for you!

Literacy expert and longtime educator Faith Borkowsky reveals why so many students have difficulty learning to read, the problems with most of the methods used to teach reading in most schools today, and what parents can do to help.

Study Guide for the Sir Kaye the Boy Knight Series

Don M. Winn and contributors

A study guide for the four-book Sir Kaye the Boy Knight series by Don M. Winn. Includes reading comprehension questions, classroom activities, vocabulary exercises, and historical background information on the Middle Ages.

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