The New nasen A-Z of Reading Resources is a graded list of all current reading schemes complete with guidance on the books’ suitability for readers at different levels of experience and competence. It will:
- enable teachers, SENCos and support services to choose books that are appropriate yet sufficiently rewarding for struggling readers
- prove to be a time-saving resource for schools replenishing their reading stock
- follow up-to-the-minute thinking on ‘readability’.
A great resource for all schools - primary and secondary - as well as support services, advisers and literacy consultants.
Suzanne Baker is a highly qualified and experienced teacher and Reading Recovery Tutor who has worked extensively with children who need extra help with learning to read. She has co-authored the Book Bands publication for the Reading Recovery Network (Institute of Education, London) and is very knowledgeable about current reading books and their suitability for different children.Lorraine Petersen in Chief Executive Office of nasen (National Association of Special Educational Needs).
'I found these two books (More Trouble with Maths, the follow-up book to The Trouble with Maths) fascinating reading, but more importantly I know that they will have a long-term, positive effect on my teaching and my understanding of the difficulties many learners face with mathematics.' TES magazine on 24 August, 2012