Interview with David Booth

Sunday, May 13, 2007.

David BoothThis episode of Just One More Book! is part of our showcase coverage of the International Reading Association‘s 52nd annual conference.

How can you interest your child in reading if it’s not something he or she is naturally drawn to?

Mark speaks with David Booth, Professor Emeritus in education at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education of the University of Toronto and one of the leading experts on literacy in Canada, about engaging the reluctant reader.

Books by David Booth for teachers and parents:

Books by David Booth (for children and adults):

Participate in the conversation by leaving a comment on this interview, or send an email to justonemorebook@gmail.com.

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Comment by john delich

April 9, 2008 @ 9:01 pm

I love David Booth. I first listened to him at a Reading Recovery conference a few years ago, and loved his stories about teaching…including what was important to women teachers & men teachers (bulletin boards). I just saw him speak in Springfield, IL in a session with electronic child in the title. He communicates a lot in a short amount of time. Thank you for the interview! I will share this in the morning with colleagues, and point parents in my classroom to the website!

Comment by Darnell Wynn

April 6, 2011 @ 1:46 pm

I love to listen to David Booth as he makes this talk about reading, grounded in commonsense and practicality. I love the interview and am hoping to contact David Booth to speak to parents and teachers in Bermuda.

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