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Starting Strong: Evidence-based Early Literacy Practices


reviewed by Sabrina Sembiante & Traci P. Baxley — March 27, 2017

coverTitle: Starting Strong: Evidence-based Early Literacy Practices
Author(s): Katrin Blamey & Katherine Beauchat
Publisher: Stenhouse Publishers, Portland
ISBN: 1571109307, Pages: 230, Year: 2016
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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record, Date Published: March 27, 2017
http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 21873, Date Accessed: 10/21/2017 8:09:07 AM

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  • Sabrina Sembiante
    Florida Atlantic University
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    SABRINA SEMBIANTE is an assistant professor of TESOL/Bilingual Education at Florida Atlantic University. Her research focuses primarily on the bilingual and biliteracy development of young children. She frames her research from sociocultural and functional grammar perspectives.
  • Traci Baxley
    Florida Atlantic University
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    TRACI P. BAXLEY has worked in Pre-Kinderten–20 educational systems for over 25 years. Her areas of scholarship include critical literacy, multicultural literature, and racial and identity development. Much of her scholarship and service is grounded in social justice education.
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