Tag Archives: Dana Kramaroff

November 13

Box of Buttons, Room of Readers by Dana Kramaroff

Our readers come to us, like a box of buttons. I realized this while crafting with my three year old daughter. I watched her drag her fingers through, feel each one and bend her ear down low to listen to the sounds of them clinking together, ever so slightly. Through her eyes, I observed how […]

May 20

Buffets and Books: What Fills Me Up as a Reader? by Dana Kramaroff

Years ago when I set out to understand myself and my students better as readers, I had to think of my own reading life first. I must have had food on the brain, because I started making the connection of how choosing what I might read next is similar to when people visit a buffet. […]