What questions will you ask and how will you encourage children to make connections with the text or enter the story world as Louise Rosenblatt described in the transactional view of reading?

In Literature and the Child, we read that books enhance  language development, develop writers and readers, help readers understand themselves, expand their views of the world and their horizon, and enrich lives. After reading chapters one and two of the text and the article To Know and be Known by Chad Everett in the May/June, 2018 edition of  Literacy Today 35 (6), pages 20-23, explain  how books have changed your life or how you will use books in your classroom to change children’s lives.

In your response, include the titles of books and indicate whether these books were being offered as mirrors or windows. What questions will you ask and how will you encourage children to make connections with the text or enter  the story world as Louise Rosenblatt described in the transactional view of reading?

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