You Read to Me, I'll Read to You: Very Short Scary Tales to Read Together Reviews

UPDATE TIME: 2019-05-06 
Review Score: 4 out of 5 star From 44 user ratings

" I believe that this book can do a lot of things for the reader. It helps children read and it gets them excited to read, too! I was excited reading it and playing around, and I didn't even read half of it because my partner was reading the other half. The stories are great and funny. I had a lto of fun reading this book! " said.

" I love all of Hoberman's You Read to Me, I'll Read to You Series. They are incredibly interactive and lots of fun. One or two little poems is all it takes to create some sneak-in reading time. A few of these are a little scarier than others, but it was written for a younger audience and is pretty safe. " said.

" This book of poems was great! I loved how silly and fun each poem was. I recommend this book to elementary school students as well as middle school. This is a fun way to get children interested in poetry. A fun idea would be to have the children pick a partner and a poem and preform in front of the class using props and costumes. " said.

" I thought this book was really cute! All of the rhymes are very put together and easy enough for children to understand and to be able to do it themselves. This book would be fun to take turns doing the different parts that are set up in the poems and actually to have everyone do a different poem together as a group would be a fun project. Maybe even having them memorize the poems! " said.

" I did not read all of the stories within this, but from what I experienced, this is a great book to involve children. This is definitely a book for partners to read together. It gives students a chance to work together to tell a story that is entertaining and fun. It is more for entertainment than teaching a moral lesson, but it is a fun way for children to experience reader's theatre and have some fun! " said.

" This book is wonderful. The art is wonderful, the poems are wonderful and the book is quick. It is meant for children's entertainment. I enjoyed it because each poem was about a different Halloween element. There were poems about ghosts, skeletons, witches and Vampires. it is a light read that people can read with their children especially around Halloween time. I borrowed it from the library to read with my younger sister, but she is growing apart from me. She chose not to read it with me. I read it myself. " said.

"This book is a spooky twist from the series of "You Read to Me, I'll Read to You" filled with zombies, ghosts, witches, and ghouls.This book is a great read during Halloween time for kids with multiple little tales to share.
Having read this book independently, I thought it was a good book but best read in a classroom setting. A teacher can divide the class up to read certain parts of the text, which serves as inclusion for everybody. Reading independently is fun, but i find it more entertaining to do it with multiple people
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"Although I didn't read the entire book I did manage to make it thought 3\4's of the book and I absolutely loved it! I enjoyed how entertaining it would be for kids as they read back and forth. One thing that I can see becoming an issue with these types of stories is if students don't sync up and read when they are supposed to it takes a lot of the fun out of the stories. There are some parts where both people have to read together and it is not a huge deal but it sounds better and it makes it more fun if they are in sync. Other than that I found this book to be fun and very entertaining for kids. " said.

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