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51 Athletes read at local elementary
Lathrum--Ashley (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 103:27, p.18
12/5/2006 "Just Read" is a program developed by the Missouri Valley Conference to get student athletes into classrooms to read to elementary students; photo.
52 Children's books make good gifts year-round, not just at holidays
Public Relations News Release 2005:0, p.1
12/23/2005 Lucille Lettow gives suggestions for books that both children and adults will like.
53 Children's fantasy books not anti-Christian
Gerling--Taylor R. (Student--2003)
Northern Iowan 102:17, p.7
10/25/2005 Hopes Christians see the positive aspects of mythical and imaginative writing.
54 Beginning Reading conference held
Northern Iowan 101:51, p.2
4/15/2005 A conference on reading will be held today.
55 Continuing Education literature workshop
Northern Iowan 101:31, p.2
1/25/2005 Two continuing education workshops for educators to assist in teaching reading are available in January and February.
56 Read anything good lately?
Northern Iowan 100:57, p.5
6/18/2004 Addresses concerns about declining newspaper readership rates.
57 Books make wonderful gifts for children of all ages
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.1
12/8/2003 Books suggested for different age groups.
58 Family Literacy Day, UNI project with Waterloo Public Library, promotes reading, library use
Public Relations News Release 2003:0, p.1
11/10/2003 Families of diverse languages encouraged to sign up for library cards and associate with others in the community at the Waterloo library.
59 UNI helps local youth 'Just Read!'
Agee--Nicole B. (Class of 2004)
Northern Iowan 100:16, p.9
10/24/2003 Women's basketball players went to area schools to promote reading.
60 The joy of reading
Public Relations News Release 2002:528, p.1
5/12/2003 Lucille Lettow will remark on the joy of reading.
61 What's up
Northern Iowan 99:48, p.3
4/8/2003 Meetings and activities planned.
62 UNI to host 35th annual Beginning Reading Conference
Public Relations News Release 2002:439, p.1
4/4/2003 Patricia MacLachlan will speak as a part of the Beginning Reading Conference to be held in Schindler Education Center.
63 Books make great gifts
Public Relations News Release 2002:229, p.1
12/2/2002 Good books for children and adolescents will be discussed.
64 Read for a brighter future
Public Relations News Release 2002:218, p.1
11/25/2002 Effect of reading on a child's life will be explored.
65 Start reading before birth
Public Relations News Release 2002:65, p.1
9/9/2002 Rebecca Edmiaston will speak on the importance of reading to children in their early years.
66 Develop concentration and listening skills by reading: EducatioNet
Public Relations News Release 2001:491, p.1
5/1/2002 Tips for encouraging reading in young children.
67 UNI to host Beginning Reading Conference 2002 Friday, April 12
Public Relations News Release 2001:415, p.1
4/4/2002 Denise Fleming will speak to the approximately 600 people who are expected to attend the Beginning Reading Conference.
68 UNI instructor urges parents to consider Harry Potter's good traits
Public Relations News Release 2001:211, p.1
11/20/2001 Gina Burkart states that the Harry Potter books present opportunities for readers to think about religion and everyday issues such as peer pressure.
69 The Harry Potter movie vs. Harry Potter books
Public Relations News Release 2001:207, p.1
11/19/2001 Lucille Lettow will discuss the new Harry Potter movie and how it will affect the book series.
70 Summer reading
Public Relations News Release 2000:467, p.1
6/18/2001 Lucille Lettow gives tips on how parents can help their children grow in their reading ability during the summer break.
71 Acclaimed author comes to UNI
Public Relations News Release 2000:371, p.1
4/23/2001 Lois Ehlert, who spoke at the 33rd annual Beginning Reading Conference will share her views on children's books.
72 UNI students to present at Iowa Reading Association conference
Public Relations News Release 2000:351, p.1
4/4/2001 Five UNI students will present papers at the Des Moines Conference Center as a part of "The Reading Challenge."
73 School Librarian Day
Public Relations News Release 2000:338, p.1
4/2/2001 Lucille Lettow will discuss children's books and the importance of reading.
74 Rap and reading
Public Relations News Release 2000:195, p.3
1/8/2001 Rap music is being used to help children learn to read.
75 Excitement over reading the new Harry Potter book has had a lasting effect
Public Relations News Release 2000:192, p.1
1/1/2001 Lucille Lettow discusses the impact the Harry Potter books have had on children's reading
76 Develop concentration and listening skills by reading
Public Relations News Release 2000:285, p.1
11/1/2000 Lucille Lettow talks about young children's reading skills; believes they are becoming passive due to television viewing.
77 What's hot right now in children's books?
Public Relations News Release 2000:20, p.1
7/31/2000 Suggestions are given for books for children to read.
78 National Children's Book Week
Public Relations News Release 1999:127, p.1
11/15/1999 Lucille Lettow will discuss when parents should begin reading to their children and the importance of it.
79 Keeping reading fun for kids of all ages
Public Relations News Release 1998:333, p.1
4/15/1999 The week of April 19 is National Reading is Fun week; Lucille Lettow offers some tips to get kids interested in reading.
80 Using rap to teach reading
Public Relations News Release 1998:146, p.1
11/12/1998 UNI professor of curriculum and instruction Gloria Kirkland-Holmes discusses using rap music to teach reading to young children.
81 Encouraging your children to read will help them grow
Public Relations News Release 1998:31, p.1
9/10/1998 Lucille Lettow, Youth Collection Librarian, discusses the impact of reading on young children's lives.
82 Read it or lose it: summer reading is important for children
Public Relations News Release 1997:375, p.1
6/11/1998 Children should continue to read over the summer, or they will lose some of their skills developed during the school year.
83 UNI takes reading challenge
McCurley--Lynn A. (Class of 2001)
Northern Iowan 94:48, p.9
4/7/1998 UNI elementary education majors with work study awards help children with their reading as part of President Clinton's America Reads Program.
84 National testing in reading has been in place for nearly two decades
Public Relations News Release 1997:99, p.1
11/6/1997 Professor Dale Johnson reports that money used to increase literacy testing of students should be used to purchase more reading material or to lessen the student-teacher ratio.
85 What's Up
Northern Iowan 94:7, p.4
9/23/1997 Schedule of activities and meetings.
86 Motivating kids to read during the summer
Public Relations News Release 1996:471, p.1
7/15/1997 UNI Rod Library will hold programs during the summer to encourage summer reading for kids.
87 Is technology hurting students' ability to read
Public Relations News Release 1996:458, p.1
7/2/1997 Professor Johnson talks about the impact of the internet on children's reading.
88 Encourage kids to curl up with a good book this summer
Public Relations News Release 1996:454, p.1
6/20/1997 Librarian Lettow encourages children to read over the summer.
89 Phonics is more than letter sounds
Public Relations News Release 1996:245, p.1
2/24/1997 Dr. Deborah Tidwell states that phonics is a part of language
90 Involving whole family in children's literacy positive in their development
Public Relations News Release 1996:218, p.1
1/20/1997 Ways that teen parents can stimulate their children's intellectual growth through reading and writing are one focus of a family literacy project that Charline Barnes has been coordinating within an alternative education program in the Waterloo Schools.
91 Giving children's books as holiday gifts
Public Relations News Release 1996:182, p.1
12/2/1996 Lucille Lettow discusses and describes new books that will be popular gifts for the holiday season.
92 Youth Collection librarian offers holiday gift suggestions
Public Relations News Release 1996:184, p.1
12/2/1996 Lucille Lettow suggests some popular books to give as gifts.
93 Julia Sparrow Scholarships awarded to two University of Northern Iowa students for excellence in reading
Public Relations News Release 1996:103, p.1
10/9/1996 Nicole Anderegg and Jana Karhoff were the recipients of the 1996 Julia Sparrow Scholarship Awards.
94 University of Northern Iowa announces Fall Reading Series readers
Public Relations News Release 1996:87, p.1
10/4/1996 Biographical profiles of G. W. Clift, Marian Pierce, and Kathy Stall.
95 Music can teach children to communicate
Public Relations News Release 1996:21, p.1
9/16/1996 Gary Dulabaum has helped kids to read and communicate using music and singing.
96 Reading Stephen King books better than taking laxatives
Northern Iowan 92:32, p.5
2/2/1996 Enjoys reading in bathroom.
97 Hitting the books
Public Relations News Release 1994:504, p.1
6/12/1995 Lucille Lettow suggests parents and children read together this summer.
98 Don't overlook mathematics books in choosing summer reading for K-6 children
Public Relations News Release 1992:626, p.1
5/24/1993 Diane Thiessen suggests that parents include math for summer reading by their children.
99 Reading aloud to children is powerful learning tool, says University of Northern Iowa literacy expert
Public Relations News Release 1991:441, p.1
3/23/1992 Jeannie Steele encourages parents to read aloud to their children for fifteen minutes every day. This time increases the bonding between parent and child and encourages the learning process.
100 Reading aloud to children is powerful learning tool, says University of Northern Iowa literacy expert
Public Relations News Release 1991:495, p.1
3/23/1992 Professor Steele believes that if parents in every home in the U.S. would read aloud to their children for fifteen minutes a day, it would revolutionize our schools.


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