Decodable Fun with Sue Marasciulo
As a former special education teacher in the public schools, and as someone who still is paying attention to what kids are drawn to reading, I can tell you that anecdotally, graphic novels seem to be the most exciting type of book for kids to own!
They love the pictures and our dyslexic kiddos often thrive off of fewer words on the page. However, many graphic novels contain words that are WAY too challenging for struggling readers.
Enter Sue Marasciulo.
If you don’t know about her books, you’ll probably want to grab some, especially if your kiddo is in the early reader phase (or if it’s coming up)!
In this week’s episode, Sue shares about her background, her inspiration to create these books, and her hopes for them.
Check out Sue’s books at: https://www.suemarasciulo.com/
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