Reflections

“On Your Next Trip to the Library” by Gladys Hunt

By Janie | October 18, 2018

In post #14 of our series, Gladys Hunt makes a list of her most-favorite recent picture books to check out at the library. One Your …

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“Words That Build People” by Gladys Hunt

By Betsy | October 15, 2018

Gladys Hunt gently reminds us that our words make a big impact on our children; let us use words that build up instead of tear down. This …

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“Watch Your Expletives!” by Gladys Hunt

By Janie | October 11, 2018

In the twelfth in our series of previously-unpublished posts, Gladys Hunt cautions about “those words” our kids pick up at school, at play–and increasingly in …

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“Grammar Does Matter” by Gladys Hunt

By Betsy | October 8, 2018

Gladys Hunt reflects on the importance of grammar, plain and simple, in this essay. It’s not as hard as you might think!  This is the next …

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Reading as “Mother Culture”: A Bibliographic Essay

By Betsy | October 6, 2018

Mother Culture In September, I was privileged to give a talk on the practice of reading as it relates to “Mother Culture” at a Charlotte …

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Learning to Find Good Books

By Hayley | October 5, 2018

How do we find good books?  We get this question often at Redeemed Reader.  Many of you are on the hunt for books: to satisfy …

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“Second Guessing the Message” by Gladys Hunt

By Janie | October 4, 2018

In the tenth of our exclusive posts by Gladys Hunt, she begins a series on the value of language by reflecting on nonverbal communication. Years …

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“Early Literacy with Preschoolers” by Gladys Hunt

By Betsy | October 1, 2018

Gladys Hunt shares some tips for encouraging early literacy in young children in this latest post. For more in our Gladys Hunt series, see The Hive. …

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“Boys and Books” by Gladys Hunt

By Betsy | September 27, 2018

This latest in our Gladys Hunt series, which we affectionately call The Hive, looks at the types of books boys enjoy and muses over why so …

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“Born to Read” by Gladys Hunt

By Janie | September 24, 2018

Gladys Hunt reflects on the importance of reading in a child’s life and shares some of her favorite books for encouraging kids to read.  This is …

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