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Adding English: a Guide to Teaching in Multilingual Classrooms. Elizabeth Coelho, $49.95

Adding English: a Guide to Teaching in Multilingual Classrooms is a comprehensive source of ideas and strategies for enhancing the learning of all ESL students in all subject areas, from K-12.


The Best Sight Word Book Ever! K-3. Gail Vinson & Leland Graham, $21.95

170 high-frequency words and activities to increase fluency and comprehension skills for English language learners and struggling readers.


Bilingual Books, Biliterate Children: Learning to Read through Dual Language Books. Raymonde Sneddon, $34.50

This fascinating study shows how young children work simultaneously in two languages to decode unfamiliar text and negotiating meaning. The book explores the nature and benefits of biliteracy and offers ideas and strategies for teaching young children new languages or developing their bilingualism.

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Bilingual by Choice: Raising Kids in Two (or More) Languages. Virginie Raguenaud, $23.95

In Bilingual by Choice, Virginie Raguenaud guides parents on how to introduce a second language to their children. She also provides insights, resources, and activities for raising children who will go on to become bilingual adults. This book is the first of its kind to address bilingualism from the cradle through adolescence. Raguenaud uses practical strategies and techniques for any family or instructor to ensure that kids stay engaged and active in every language available to them. By using creativity, consistency and commitment in the classroom (as well as the living room), teaching children a second language can be fun as well as beneficial.


The Bilingual Edge: Why, When, and How to Teach Your Child a Second Language. Kendall King & Alison Mackey, $17.95

Many parents want their children to have the lifelong cultural and intellectual advantages that come from speaking more than one language. The Bilingual Edge translates the latest research into interactive strategies and quick tips that will help parents wade through the hype and provide clear insights into what actually works.


Breaking the Word Barrier: Stories of Adults Learning to Read. Marilyn Lerch & Angela Ranson, Editors, $16.95

Each success related in these stories has helped a dream come within reach — from helping a child with homework to landing a job with better pay. The stories in this collection are inspirational and demonstrate a generosity of spirit and hope for others in similar circumstances.

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Building Essential Vocabulary. Sherrill Flora, $14.50 (all ages)

Reproducible photo cards, games and activities to build vocabulary in any language.


Children, Language and Literacy: Diverse Learners in Diverse Times. Celia Genishi & Anne Hass Dyson, $30.95

Children, Language and Literacy celebrates the genius of young children as they learn language and literacy in our diverse times. Despite burgeoning socio=cultural diversity, many early childhood classrooms (pre-K to grade 2) offer a one-size-fits-all curriculum in which learning is too often assessed by standardized tests. In contrast, Genishi and Dyson proclaim diversity as the new norm. They feature stories of children whose language learning is impossible to standardize and teachers who do not follow scripts. These master teachers observe, informally assess, respond to, and grow with their students — some of whom are rapid language learners, and some of whom become speakers, readers, and writers at “child speed.” Much of this learning, regardless of tempo, is found within the language-rich contexts of play.

Chapters focus on children’s ways of communicating through varied modes, including the use of nonverbal expression; language variants; and multiple media. Throughout the text there is a resistance to labels such as “at risk” and a much-needed advocacy for child-sensible practices in a world where diversity is indeed the “new norm.”


Children’s Language: Connecting Reading, Writing and Talk. Judith Wells Lindfors, $25.50

The more teachers understand about how children learn to talk, the more they can help children become avid, joyful readers and writers. Taking the compelling perspective that it’s all language, author Judith Wells Lindfors traces children’s emergent literacy from infancy through the early school years and describes a set of language principles that teachers can build on as they help young students learn to read and write using the oral language processes they already know.

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Dare to Differentiate: Vocabulary Strategies That Work, 3rd Edition. Danny Brassell, $26.50

This highly practical resource for K-6 teachers is packed with 25 classroom-tested, step-by-step strategies for developing word knowledge. The emphasis throughout is not only on teaching new words, but also on strengthening students' comprehension and long-term vocabulary acquisition. Especially valuable are guidelines for how to differentiate each strategy so it can be used successfully with English language learners and students at varying proficiency levels. In a large-size format for easy photocopying, the book features helpful print and Web resources for each strategy, along with 20 reproducible worksheets.

Differentiated Instruction for the Middle School Language Arts Teacher: Activities and Strategies for an Inclusive Classroom. Joan D’Amico & Kate Gallaway, $32.95

This valuable sourcebook offers teachers key strategies on how to design and deliver effective instruction, measure success, and get students to work together. It features dozens of ready-to-use language arts activities that are tied to core curriculum standards, and each activity has adaptations for students with different learning needs.


Dual Language Learners in the Early Childhood Classroom. Edited by Carollee Howes, Jason Downer & Robert Pianta, $56.95

The school readiness of young dual language learners depends on high-quality preschool programs that meet their needs— but how should schools promote and measure the progress of children learning two languages? Find out what the research says in this authoritative resource, which investigates the experiences of dual language learners in preschool classrooms and the policy implications of these critical findings.

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Dual-Language Learners: Strategies for Teaching English, Birth to Grade 3. Angèle Sancho Passe, $29.95

For dual-language learners — children who are learning both English and a home language — the first eight years are crucial for building strong foundations for academic success. During this time, children acquire the early literacy skills needed to be ready for kindergarten, do well in elementary school, and thrive in the years beyond. Based on research and the author's experience as a multilingual educator, DUAL-LANGUAGE LEARNERS provides a thoughtful approach to help young children learn English, maintain their home language, and develop the skills necessary for school readiness and success. 


Early Biliteracy Development: Exploring Young Learners' Use of Their Linguistic Resources. Edited by Eurydice Bauer & Mileidis Gort, $47.50

A large and growing number of students from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds around the world have the potential to develop bilingualism and biliteracy if supported in their immediate environment. At the forefront in focusing exclusively on biliteracy development in early childhood across a variety of languages, this book provides both findings from empirical research with young bilinguals in home and school contexts and practical applications of these findings.

Pushing the field forward, this book is a valuable resource for helping literacy educators understand and respond to critical issues related to the development of young children's literate competencies in two languages in home and school contexts.


Early Literacy Intervention Activities, PreK to K. Sherrill Flora, $21.95

Research-based instructional strategies that promote the development of reading, writing and spelling skills necessary for later literacy achievement.

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Effective Instruction for English Language Learners: Supporting Text-Based Comprehension & Communication Skills. Julie Jacobson, Kelly Johnson & Diane Lapp, $26.95

This teacher-friendly guide is packed with motivating lessons designed to improve the content learning and literacy skills of English language learners (ELLs) in K-8. Offering research-supported strategies that teachers can implement immediately, the book explains how to use content-area texts to support ELLs' growth in five crucial areas: comprehension, pronunciation, fluency, vocabulary, and grammar.


Educating Emergent Bilinguals: Policies, Programs and Practices for English Language Learners. Ofelia Garcia & Jo Anne Kleifgen, $29.95

This comprehensive and insightful book shows how present educational policies and practices to educate language minority students ignore an essential characteristic — their emergent bilingualism. In one accessible guide, the authors compile the most up-to-date research findings to demonstrate how ignoring children’s bilingualism perpetuates inequities in their schooling. What makes this book truly useful is that it offers a thorough description of alternative practices that would transform our schools and students’ futures, such as building on students’ home languages and literacy practices in schools, as well as incorporating curricular and pedagogical innovations, new approaches to parent and community engagement, and alternative assessment tools.


English Language Learners: the Essential Guide. David Freeman & Yvonne Freeman, $29.99

English Language Learners prepares teachers to work effectively with limited English proficient students by showing how to put current second language teaching theory into practice. Each key idea is clearly explained and illustrated with extended scenarios that demonstrate how teachers working at different grade levels meet the needs of all their students.

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English Learners Academic Literacy and Thinking: Learning in the Challenge Zone. Pauline Gibbons, $33.55

Deep understanding, critical thinking, subject knowledge, and control of academic literacy are goals we have for all our students. The challenge for teachers is to find a way of teaching that helps everyone, including English learners, to reach these high expectations. In English Learners, Academic Literacy, and Thinking, Pauline Gibbons presents an action-oriented approach that gives English learners high-level support to match our high expectations. Focusing on the middle grades of school, she shows how to plan rigorous, literacy-oriented, content-based instruction and illustrates what a high-challenge, high-support curriculum looks like in practice. 


The ESL/ELL Teacher’s Survival Guide. Larry Ferlazzo & Katie Hull Sypnieski, $35.95 (Grades 4-12)

Ready-to-use strategies, tools, and activities for teaching all levels.


The Great BIG Idea Book: LANGUAGE ARTS, Grades 2-3. Edited by Mela Ottaiano, $29.99

Dozens and dozens of just-right activities for teaching the topics and skills kids really need to master.

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Help Your Kids with English: a Step-by-Step Visual Guide to Grammar, Punctuation and Writing, Canadian Edition. Stewart Savard, $21.95

The innovative visual approach of HELP YOUR KIDS WITH ENGLISH combines colourful diagrams and illustrations with step-0by-step instructions, making Canadian English usage easier to understand than ever before. Covering the four core English subjects — grammar, punctuation, spelling and communication skills — this invaluable new guide allows parents and kids to work together to understand even the trickiest concepts.


How to Reach and Teach English Language Learners: Practical Strategies to Ensure Success, Grades K-12. Rachel Carrillo Syrja, $35.95

This book provides practical strategies and tools for assessing and teaching even the most hard to reach English language learners across the content areas. Syrja offers educators the latest information on working with ELLs (including using formative assessments) and provides a wealth of classroom-tested models and measures. These tools have proven to be effective with ESL students at all levels, including Long Term English Learners (LTELs). Throughout the book, the author shares powerful research-based strategies and clearly illustrates how they should be implemented in the classroom for maximum impact.


How to Teach English Language Learners, Grades K-6: Effective Strategies from Outstanding Educators.  Diane Haager, Jannette Klingner & Terese Aceves, $35.95

Using a Response to Intervention (RTI) framework, How to Teach English Language Learners is filled with inspiring success stories, teaching tips, activities, discussion questions and reflections from outstanding teachers have have shown great results in their ELL classrooms.

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The Infinite Gift: How Children Learn and Unlearn the Languages of the World. Charles Yang, $34.50

Drawing on cutting-edge developments in biology, neurology, psychology, and linguistics, The Infinite Gift takes us inside the astonishingly complex but largely subconscious process by which children learn to talk and to understand the spoken word … Enlivened by Yang's experiences with his own young son, The Infinite Gift is as charming as it is challenging, as thoughtful as it is thought-provoking. An absorbing read for parents, educators, and anyone who has ever wondered about the origins of that uniquely human gift: our ability to speak and, just as miraculous, to understand one another.


Learning About Language: Activities for the Primary Classroom. John Foster, $36.50

Bringing a fresh and lively approach to language study, LEARNING ABOUT LANGUAGE is an exciting collection of fun, creative activities and warm-up games that explore the multifaceted nature of the English language. For use in any primary classroom, this book will help develop the pupil’s knowledge of how the English language works and will improve their ability to use language effectively.

Throughout the book, the author explains key features of the English language by arranging the volume alphabetically into sections, each of which explores a different linguistic feature. Foster suggests enjoyable activities that will enable students to consolidate their learning and improve their communication skills through word play, and frequently uses rhyme to illustrate and elaborate on points made. Areas covered include:

  • Spelling, punctuation and grammar
  • Origin, meaning, similarities and differences of words, including homonyms, anagrams and synonyms
  • The explanation of particular uses of language for specific purposes
  • Humorous misuse of words, including malapropisms and spoonerisms
  • The inclusion of numerous opportunities for students to play with words by participating in word games and through their own writing

Literacy Instruction for English Language Learners Pre-K-2. Diane Barone & Shelley Hong Xu, $29.50

Summarizing current research and weaving it into practical instructional strategies that teachers can immediately use with young English language learners (ELLs), covers all aspects of effective instruction for ELLs: oral language development and instruction, materials, word study, vocabulary, comprehension, writing, home-school connections and assessment. The volume is packed with realistic examples, lesson planning ideas, book lists, online resources, and reproducibles.

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Make Writing Exciting, Grades 1-2. Kelly Gunzenhauser, $19.95

Motivating lessons, focused activities on specific skills and reproducible patterns to teach essential writing techniques.


Many Languages, One Classroom: Teaching Dual and English Language Learners. Karen Nemeth, $13.95

Many Languages, One Classroom applies the latest information about best practices to all aspects of a preschool program. From using lists of key words and visual aids to using body language and gestures, the strategies you will find in this book are adaptable and easy to put into practice.

Designed to fit any preschool curriculum, Many Languages, One Classroom addresses the benchmarks of standard quality programming. Organized by interest areas and times of the day, you’ll find everything you need to help English language learners during dramatic play, outdoor play, reading, science, blocks, and circle time.


Matching Books & Readers: Helping English Learners in Grades K-6.  Nancy Hadaway & Terrell Young, $29.95

Providing practical guidance and resources, this book helps teachers harness the power of children's literature for developing literacy skills and language proficiency. The authors show how carefully selected fiction, nonfiction, and poetry can support English language learning across the curriculum. Criteria and guiding questions are presented for matching books and readers based on text features, literacy and language proficiency, and student background knowledge and interests.

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Meeting the Psychoeducational Needs of Minority Students: Evidence-Based Guidelines for School Psychologists and Other School Personnel. Craig Frisby, $61.00

This book is a practical, research-based guide to facilitating educational outcomes for racial, ethnic, and language minority students.


The More-Than-Just-Surviving Handbook: ELL for Every Classroom Teacher, 3rd Edition. Barbara Law & Mary Eckes, $37.95

This revised and expanded edition includes the latest research in language acquisition: how to teach reading and writing and how to develop listening and speaking skills. It is filled with the authors’ trademark anecdotes and practical advice, based on their many years of experience working with ELL students. Strategies for teaching the four literacy skills—reading, writing, speaking, and listening—are enhanced by student examples and illustrations. In this new edition, you’ll find great suggestions on how to:

  • familiarize your ELL students with the school and classmates
  • measure reading, writing, speaking, and listening
  • recognize and help students cope with culture shock
  • enrich your reading and writing programs
  • recognize the different needs of your students — with effective strategies for each level of literacy
  • teach language through content
  • help ELL students succeed in the content areas
  • tap the resources of your school and community

Oral Language and Comprehension in Preschool: Teaching the Essentials. Lesley Mandel Morrow, Kathleen Roskos & Linda Gambrell, $35.95

Before children are readers and writers, they are speakers and listeners. This book provides creative, hands-on strategies for developing preschoolers' speaking, listening, and oral comprehension skills, within a literacy-rich classroom environment. Each chapter features helpful classroom vignettes; a section called Preschool in Practice, with step-by-step lesson ideas; and Ideas for Discussion, Reflection, and Action. The book addresses the needs of English language learners and describes ways to support students' literacy development at home. The final chapter pulls it all together through a portrait of an exemplary day of preschool teaching and learning. 

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Our New Home: Immigrant Children Speak. E. Hearn & M. Milne, editors, $13.95

Every year families from around the world leave their homes to start a new life in a new place and they each have a story. In Our New Home, children use their writing and artwork to share these stories with us. Their words and pictures tell of the fear and sadness, the excitement and challenge of moving to a new country and starting a new life.


Oxford Picture Dictionary for the Canadian Content Areas. Dorothy Kauffman & Gary Apple, $34.95

Designed for use in Canadian elementary and middle-school classrooms, this book has over 1500 words presented with clear, vibrant illustrations. Topics are based on Canadian curricula, with a strong focus on Canadian social studies. The book offers second-language learners practical ways to connect to mainstream curriculum and for all learners to develop academic reading, writing and vocabulary skills.


Phonics Pathways Boosters! Dolores Hiskes, $29.95

Fun games and teaching aids to jump-start reading for all ages. Includes a CD with audio recordings of the sounds of spoken English.

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Roots and Wings: Affirming Culture in Early Childhood Programs, 3rd Edition. Stacey York, $62.50

Use the updated activities, examples, and research to improve your anti-bias and multicultural education programs. This clear and practical guide includes expanded information on English Language Learners, family engagement, culturally responsive teaching, and staff training. Create a positive environment for working with diverse groups of children and families. 


RTI for English Language Learners: Understanding, Differentiation and Support. Seth Aldrich, $37.50

This book provides guidance for educators (teachers, support staff, school administrators and instructors in schools of education) to assess, understand, and address the needs of English Language Learners (ELLs) within the context of the Response to Intervention process. RTI FOR ENGLISH LANGUAGE LEARNERS empowers general and special educators, as well as support staff, to take on important roles and activities without necessarily having to speak the student's native language. Provides several ready-to-use resources that will help schools to implement core components of RTI for their English Language Learners.


7 Steps to Raising a Bilingual Child. Naomi Steiner, $17.95

For families whose children are learning a second or third language, this book offers insightful and powerful strategies to help with this enriching experience — at home and at school.

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Sign Language Fun in the Early Childhood Classroom. Sherrill Flora, $11.95 (PK to K)

Enrich language and literacy skills of young hearing children, children with special needs and English language learners.


Speech to Print: Language Essentials for Teachers, 2nd Edition. Louisa Cook Moats, $35.95

The new edition of this bestselling text helps elementary educators grasp the structure of written and spoken English, understand how children learn to read, and apply this foundational knowledge as they deliver explicit, high-quality literacy instruction. With extensive updates and enhancements to every chapter, the new edition of Speech to Print fully prepares today's literacy educators to teach students with or without disabilities. Educators will have the knowledge they need to recognize, understand, and resolve their students' reading and writing challenges—and improve literacy outcomes for their entire class.

Speech to Print Workbook: Language Exercises for Teachers, 2nd Edition. Louisa Cook Moats & Bruce Rosow, $25.50


Student Diversity: Classroom Strategies to Meet the Learning Needs of All Students. Faye Brownlie, Catherine Feniak, & Leyton Schnellert, $24.95

This practical handbook shows teachers how to use collaboration, assessment, and strategic teaching to meet the needs of all students — from ESL learners and children with disabilities to students with different learning styles. From relationship-building activities to ways to meet specific curriculum expectations, the book offers practical strategies and organizational frameworks that help teachers reach all students.

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Success in English Teaching. Paul Davies & Eric Pearse, $53.50

A complete introduction to teaching English at secondary school level and above.


Teach Terrific Grammar: a Complete Grammar Program for Use in Any Classroom. Gary Robert Muschla, $24.95 (Grades 4 & 5)

Help your students develop their grammar skills with these creative, hands-on activities and practical exercises that will boost your pupil’s language confidence.


The Teacher’s Guide to Inclusive Education: 750 Strategies for Success! Peggy Hammeken, $50.95

This is a practical, comprehensive resource to help educators establish or enrich an inclusive education program to meet the needs of today’s diverse classroom environment. It includes strategies for working with students with English as a second language; students with special needs, at-risk and low achievers and students who simply need more support in order to be successful in the classroom.

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Teaching English Language Learners. Shelley Hong Xu, $28.95

Literacy strategies and resources for Kindergarten to Grade Six.


Teaching Vocabulary Words with Multiple Meanings, Grades 4-6. Rebecca Lamb, $19.99

Week-by-week word-study activities that teach 150+ meanings for 50 common words to improve comprehension, fluency and writing skills.


Teaching Writing in Mixed-Language Classrooms, Grades K-5. Joanne Yatvin, $24.99

Powerful writing strategies to help all students develop the skills they need to write with confidence.

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Using Name Walls to Teach Reading and Writing, Grades K-2. Janiel Wagstaff, $21.99

Dozens of classroom-tested ideas for using this motivating tool to teach phonological awareness, letter recognition, decoding, spelling and much more.


The Vocabulary Teacher's Book of Lists. Edward Fry, $39.99

The Vocabulary Teacher’s Book of Lists offers content for literally hundreds of vocabulary improvement lessons. While there are dozens of shorter high interest lists of words, the core of the book is based on Latin and Greek roots and prefixes. This list, like many others, is appropriate for spelling lessons or as a writer’s reference as well as vocabulary improvement. There are two dozen teaching methods in the Methods chapter and teaching suggestions to help improve reading and writing are scattered throughout the book. The lessons can be as short as a word-a-day or as long as a school year. The range of difficulty can go from upper elementary to college freshman classes, and be as diverse as adult education to English language learners.


The Words Came Down! English Language Learners Read, Write, and Talk Across the Curriculum. Emelie Parker & Tess Pardini, $27.95

This timely guide emphasizes a workshop structure for literacy studies that allows teachers to differentiate instruction to include all students, and affords students ample opportunity to collaborate with others as they learn to speak, read, writer, and comprehend. The book emphasizes oral language and communication as critical to successful teaching and learning.

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You Make the Difference in Helping Your Child Learn. Ayala Manolson et al, $24.95 (also available in French, Spanish, Dutch, Chinese, and in an Aboriginal version); DVD format $54.00

Parents of all young children will love this easy to read guidebook. It provides a simple, step-by-step approach to improving parent-child interactions and creating language opportunities for all children, especially those who are at-risk. The simple language, colourful illustrations and humorous cartoons help make the book especially useful for parents who prefer simplified text and those whose first language is not English.


Young English Language Learners. Eugene García & Ellen Frede, Editors, $36.50

Current research and emerging directions for practice and policy.


Young Learners, Diverse Children: Celebrating Diversity in Early Childhood. Virginia Gonzalez, $53.95

Nurture young children’s self-esteem and boost learning by integrating family culture with instruction!

For the increasing number of diverse young learners, academic and social success can hinge on a teacher’s ability to bridge home and school by making emotional connections with students and their families. This book demonstrates how combining teaching methods with an authentic appreciation of children’s backgrounds builds the confidence they need to succeed.

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Adding English: a Guide to Teaching in Multilingual Classrooms. Elizabeth Coelho, $49.95

The Best Sight Word Book Ever! K-3. Gail Vinson & Leland Graham, $21.95

Bilingual Books, Biliterate Children: Learning to Read through Dual Language Books. Raymonde Sneddon, $34.50

Bilingual by Choice: Raising Kids in Two (or More) Languages. Virginie Raguenaud, $23.95

The Bilingual Edge: Why, When, and How to Teach Your Child a Second Language. Kendall King & Alison Mackey, $17.95

Breaking the Word Barrier: Stories of Adults Learning to Read. Marilyn Lerch & Angela Ranson, Editors, $16.95

Building Essential Vocabulary. Sherrill Flora, $14.50 (all ages)

Children, Language and Literacy: Diverse Learners in Diverse Times. Celia Genishi & Anne Hass Dyson, $30.95

Children’s Language: Connecting Reading, Writing and Talk. Judith Wells Lindfors, $25.50

Dare to Differentiate: Vocabulary Strategies That Work, 3rd Edition. Danny Brassell, $26.50

Differentiated Instruction for the Middle School Language Arts Teacher: Activities and Strategies for an Inclusive Classroom. Joan D’Amico & Kate Gallaway, $32.95

Dual Language Learners in the Early Childhood Classroom. Edited by Carollee Howes, Jason Downer & Robert Pianta, $56.95

Dual-Language Learners: Strategies for Teaching English, Birth to Grade 3. Angèle Sancho Passe, $29.95

Early Biliteracy Development: Exploring Young Learners' Use of Their Linguistic Resources. Edited by Eurydice Bauer & Mileidis Gort, $47.50

Early Literacy Intervention Activities, PreK to K. Sherrill Flora, $21.95

Educating Emergent Bilinguals: Policies, Programs and Practices for English Language Learners. Ofelia Garcia & Jo Anne Kleifgen, $29.95

Effective Instruction for English Language Learners: Supporting Text-Based Comprehension & Communication Skills. Julie Jacobson, Kelly Johnson & Diane Lapp, $26.95

English Language Learners: the Essential Guide. David Freeman & Yvonne Freeman, $29.99

English Learners Academic Literacy and Thinking: Learning in the Challenge Zone. Pauline Gibbons, $33.55

The ESL/ELL Teacher’s Survival Guide. Larry Ferlazzo & Katie Hull Sypnieski, $35.95 (Grades 4-12)

The Great BIG Idea Book: LANGUAGE ARTS, Grades 2-3. Edited by Mela Ottaiano, $29.99

Help Your Kids with English: a Step-by-Step Visual Guide to Grammar, Punctuation and Writing, Canadian Edition. Stewart Savard, $21.95

How to Reach and Teach English Language Learners: Practical Strategies to Ensure Success, Grades K-12. Rachel Carrillo Syrja, $35.95

How to Teach English Language Learners, Grades K-6: Effective Strategies from Outstanding Educators.  Diane Haager, Jannette Klingner & Terese Aceves, $35.95

The Infinite Gift: How Children Learn and Unlearn the Languages of the World. Charles Yang, $34.50

Learning About Language: Activities for the Primary Classroom. John Foster, $36.50

Literacy Instruction for English Language Learners. Nancy Cloud, et al, $39.45

Literacy Instruction for English Language Learners Pre-K-2. Diane Barone & Shelley Hong Xu, $29.50

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Make Writing Exciting, Grades 1-2. Kelly Gunzenhauser, $19.95

Many Languages, One Classroom: Teaching Dual and English Language Learners. Karen Nemeth, $13.95

Matching Books & Readers: Helping English Learners in Grades K-6.  Nancy Hadaway & Terrell Young, $29.95

Meeting the Psychoeducational Needs of Minority Students: Evidence-Based Guidelines for School Psychologists and Other School Personnel. Craig Frisby, $61.00

The More-Than-Just-Surviving Handbook: ELL for Every Classroom Teacher, 3rd Edition. Barbara Law & Mary Eckes, $37.95

One Child, Two Languages: a Guide for Pre-school Educators of Children Learning English as a Second Language. Patton Tabors, $34.95

Oral Language and Comprehension in Preschool: Teaching the Essentials. Lesley Mandel Morrow, Kathleen Roskos & Linda Gambrell, $35.95

Our New Home: Immigrant Children Speak. E. Hearn & M. Milne, editors, $13.95

Oxford Picture Dictionary for the Canadian Content Areas. Dorothy Kauffman & Gary Apple, $34.95

Phonics Pathways Boosters! Dolores Hiskes, $29.95

Practice of English Language Teaching, 4th ed. Jeremy Harmer $57.95

Roots and Wings: Affirming Culture in Early Childhood Programs, 3rd Edition. Stacey York, $62.50

RTI for English Language Learners: Understanding, Differentiation and Support. Seth Aldrich, $37.50

7 Steps to Raising a Bilingual Child. Naomi Steiner, $17.95

Sign Language Fun in the Early Childhood Classroom. Sherrill Flora, $11.95 (PK to K)

Speech to Print: Language Essentials for Teachers, 2nd Edition. Louisa Cook Moats, $35.95

Speech to Print Workbook: Language Exercises for Teachers, 2nd Edition. Louisa Cook Moats & Bruce Rosow, $25.50

Student Diversity: Classroom Strategies to Meet the Learning Needs of All Students. Faye Brownlie, Catherine Feniak, & Leyton Schnellert, $24.95

Success in English Teaching. Paul Davies & Eric Pearse, $53.50

Teach Terrific Grammar: a Complete Grammar Program for Use in Any Classroom. Gary Robert Muschla, $24.95 (Grades 4 & 5)

The Teacher’s Guide to Inclusive Education: 750 Strategies for Success! Peggy Hammeken, $50.95

Teaching English Language Learners. Shelley Hong Xu, $28.95

Teaching Vocabulary Words with Multiple Meanings, Grades 4-6. Rebecca Lamb, $19.99

Teaching Writing in Mixed-Language Classrooms, Grades K-5. Joanne Yatvin, $24.99

Transitions for Young Children: Creating Connections Across Early Childhood Systems. Edited by Sharon Lynn Kagan & Kate Tarrant, $59.95

Using Name Walls to Teach Reading and Writing, Grades K-2. Janiel Wagstaff, $21.99

The Vocabulary Teacher's Book of Lists. Edward Fry, $39.99

The Words Came Down! English Language Learners Read, Write, and Talk Across the Curriculum. Emelie Parker & Tess Pardini, $27.95

You Make the Difference in Helping Your Child Learn. Ayala Manolson et al, $24.95 (also available in French, Spanish, Dutch, Chinese, and in an Aboriginal version); DVD format $54.00

Young English Language Learners. Eugene García & Ellen Frede, Editors, $36.50

Young Learners, Diverse Children: Celebrating Diversity in Early Childhood. Virginia Gonzalez, $53.95

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