Read the Way WSRA
Please select the books you and your council choose to read.

#readthewayWSRA is a movement aimed at getting important books into the hands and hearts of local reading council members and their friends, teachers and their students, parents and their children, community members and their friends... We invite you to become involved in this Wisconsin literacy project.

* Choose from the list of middle grade and/or picture books below.

* Purchase the books for yourself and/or your local reading council.

* Read the titles yourself then share and do book talks them with everyone (students, colleagues, family, friends...)

* Connect your choices in the Read Ins See this link:

* Add the #readthewayWSRA books to your school and/or classroom library.

* Organize literature circles with a few copies of selected titles

* Build community with a read aloud

* Design lessons and units around the #readthewayWSRA project books

* Empower other people, reading councils, to organize #readthewayWSRA book clubs to read, discuss, celebrated these incredible authors and books

* Start a #readthewayWSRA club

* Attend @WSRA 2020 February 6-8, 2020 Learning Together in Communities of Practice conference in Milwaukee and learn from these amazing author/illustrator presenters. Registration opens in October, 2019.

The possibilities are endless.

Please spread the word about this project.
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If you are responding as a leader of a WSRA local reading council, please add the name of your council below. *
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Read the Way WSRA
Hena Khan: Pakistani American Muslim who writes about her culture and religion *
Monique Gray Smith: Cree, Lakota and Scottish descent, Canadian writer of children's and young adult literature *
Cynthia Leitich Smith: Member of the Muscogee Creek Nation, she writes fiction for children centered on the lives of modern-day American Indians *
Rafael Lopez: Children's book illustrator, author, and muralist who grew up in a family of architects, poets, musicians, and artists in central Mexico *
Nic Stone: New York Times best-selling author of young adult fiction and middle grade fiction *
Thank you!
We look forward to filling up the Wisconsin map with book cover images. More importantly, we look forward to read and discussing these important books.
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