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Kwame Alexander Nudges Rookie Readers to Poetry

Just ahead of his reading on Sunday at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh Lecture Hall, Kwame Alexander speaks with Julie Hakim Azzam of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette about guiding “reluctant readers” to poetry. Among teachers and librarians, the term “reluctant reader” usually means one thing: a boy who avoids reading like you might avoid those steamed […]
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