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'Some books inform; others inspire—a rare few do both. From Striving to Thriving is one of those

rare books. With their clear voices, specific strategies, and you-can-do-this encouragement, Steph

and Annie show us how to do more than help students become better readers; they show us how

we can become better teachers.'- Kylene Beers, Past-president of National Council Teachers of

English and co-author of Notice and Note and Disrupting Thinking'There is a heap of sage advice

in this engaging and practical book. Harvey and Ward really do show us how to “grow

confident, capable readers― and in the process show us what that really means. If we are to

make schools work for all children, we are going to need just this sort of work.' -Â Peter

Johnston, Professor Emeritus, University at Albany SUNY and author of Choice Words and

Opening Minds'This is a big, vivid, sparkling compendium of new thinking and engaging

instructional moves. You'll discover an asset orientation on every page of this book—Steph and

Annie write about striving readers rather than struggling readers and this shift in our thinking about

children opens vast opportunities for those learners. I am crazy about the 'Three to Know' section

of each chapter. The authors introduce us to three researchers whose work forms the foundation

for everything they recommend and in short order we learn new tactics for the classroom, and

critically, why the practices have such merit. This is a delectable resource—I'll turn to it for years

to come.' - Ellin Keene, Author of To Understand; coauthor of Comprehension Going Forward

and Mosaic of Thought 'Stephanie Harvey and Annie Ward provide a skillful combination of

practices and supports to nurture both joyful reading and expert instruction, not just in one

classroom, but across an entire system of schools. Chock-full of comprehensive research, From

Striving to Thriving supports teachers who wish to create nuanced, child-centered formative

assessments that inform their teaching. Youâ€ll find inviting summaries of so many research

studies that you could use this book to launch a year of inquiry. For the sake of equity, for the joy

of every reader you know, read this book. Read it again. Then pass it on.' - Penny Kittle, High

school English teacher and author of Book Love and Write Beside Them'Steph and Annie's book

is a love letter to striving readers everywhere! They call on us to 'table the labels' and show us how

we can grow confident, capable, agentive readers who believe they are the kinds of kids who can

figure things out. Engaging, thought- provoking, and practical, you'll return to From Striving to

Thriving again and again for renewed energy, affirmation, and expert guidance when you need it

most.' - Debbie Miller, 30-year teaching veteran, Denver Public Schools; author of Reading

with Meaning and Teaching with Intention; co-author of No More Independent Reading without


Support and Comprehension Going Forward'Stephanie Harvey and Annie Ward have

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