Publishers’ Read Aloud Guidelines During COVID-19

Date
Mar, 20, 2020

Publishers’ Read Aloud Guidelines During COVID-19. Teachers, Librarians, and other Educators, you don't have to stop doing read alouds for your students during this crazy time! Publishers are giving us temporary permission to keep reading to our students. This post contains some publishers who have given permission and their policy. #keepreading #readaloud #readalouds

Hey, y’all! This is a quick post! I just wanted a quick way for everyone to access a list of publishers that have given us (teachers) TEMPORARY permission to record ourselves reading. It’s extremely important that you read each publisher’s expectations. They do vary. 

UPDATED 8/2/2020

I checked all of the publishers on this list on 8/2/2020. The publishers who have updated or changed their permissions is marked as updated. 

Abrams Kids

Annick Press

Boyds Mills & Kane

Candlewick Press

Chronicle Books

Disney Books 

Harper Kids Updated 8/2/2020

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Lee and Low Books

Lerner Books

Little Brown Young Readers Updated 8/2/2020

Penguin Random House Updated 8/2/2020

Scholastic 

Simon and Schuster Updated 8/2/2020

I’ll add more as I see publishers post their policy! I’ve emailed some of the smaller ones and I’m waiting to hear back from a few. Keep Reading! Let’s try to keep some normalcy during a crazy time.

Do you do daily read alouds in your reading block? Have you tried interactive read alouds? Interactive read alouds are a great way to engage your students while you’re reading. You can use interactive read alouds to teach or reteach reading skills from your lesson. More importantly, interactive read alouds are great way to trick your students into learning reading skills! #interactivereadalouds #readaloud #readalouds #readaloudtips

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