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Review: Reading Without NonsenseUser Review - Kelly - Goodreads
An amazing book. Loved it. "Learning to read involves no special learning skills". Children learn to read despite the way they are "taught". Read full review
Review: Reading Without NonsenseUser Review - Goodreads
Excellent, no-nonsense book that reminds us how natural an act it can be to read. His main idea that reading must make sense to the learner, and so must reading instruction makes this a very controversial book on literacy.
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