Table of contents for Early literacy storytimes @ your library : partnering with caregivers for success / Saroj Nadkarni Ghoting, Pamela Martin-Díaz.

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Contents
Introduction
I. The Early Literacy Enhanced Storytime--Background 
Chapter 1. Early Literacy Research--Explained
Chapter 2. Incorporating Key Early Literacy Concepts Into Storytime
Chapter 3. Dialogic Reading: How We Read With Children Makes a Difference
Chapter 4. Making Early Literacy Storytimes Accessible to ALL Children
Chapter 5. Early Literacy and Speakers of Languages Other Than English
II. Doing It
	Chapter 6: Planning Your Literacy Enhanced Storytimes
Chapter 7: Storytimes for Early Talkers (newborns to 24 months)
	Chapter 8: Storytimes for Talkers (two- and three-year-olds)
	Chapter 9: Storytimes for Pre-readers and early readers (four- and five-year-olds)
	Chapter 10: Build Your Own Early Literacy Storytimes
III. Keeping it Going
Chapter 11. Assessing Your Storytime
Chapter 12. Promoting 
IV. Appendices 
Appendix A. Manual Alphabet
Appendix B. Encouraging early literacy at home
	Sample Parent Tip Take-Home Pages
	Sample Parent Letters
Appendix C. Storytime Aids
	What Can I Say? From Skill to Parent/Caregiver
	General Ideas for Each Skill
	Sample of Storytime Planning Sheet 
 
Appendix D. Early Literacy Aids 
	Sample Bookmarks for Dialogic Reading
	Sample Skills Poster
	Language of Literacy Hand-out
	Letter Sounds for Letter-Day Activities
Appendix E. Resources
Appendix F. Books/CDs Used in Cuddle-Up Storytime Samples

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Children's libraries -- Activity programs -- United States.
Storytelling -- United States.
Libraries and preschool children -- United States.
Libraries and caregivers -- United States.
Preschool children -- Books and reading -- United States.
Reading -- Parent participation -- United States.