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Last week we talked about reading aloud to kids who can read on their own, but today we’re taking that a step further and talking about reading aloud with teens. You know the most important thing about reading aloud with teens, right? It’s not their literary value or whether your teen knows how to analyze a story. It’s better than that. (Much better). Reading with teens can be pure magic. It’s such a simple way to slow down and enjoy one another’s company.

And it’s really important to enjoy our teens’ company! Read more about this and the importance of treating your teen’s reading life more like a book club (and less like a school assignment) in In this episode of the podcast, you’ll hear: • what’s so magical about reading aloud with teens? • why you can think of what you read with teens as adding concentric circles (in other words, we’re not moving up, we’re moving out) • a few book recommendations to read with your teens, even if you haven’t been reading aloud to him or her lately Click that play button below to hear the podcast. I'd like to receive the free email course. Send it to me Links from this episode: • now anywhere books are sold • Get the audio version of The Read-Aloud Family (read by Sarah Mackenzie) • Use the hashtag #readaloudfamily to share photos on social media • RAR #93: • RAR #94: • RAR #95: • RAR #96: A few quotes to remember from this episode: “Reading is still primarily about connection when we’re reading with our teens. The number one benefit from reading aloud is connection.

Never forget that.” “ Conversations with our teens actually matter more than the reading. If you can only read aloud half as many books with your teenager in order to make room to talk- that’s a good trade. The conversations matter a whole lot.” “We tend to do things for our kids that will help them become better humans, help them become better, functioning adults but our kids don’t want to be our projects.

I f they feel like we’re reading to them or sharing books with them because we’re trying to improve them, they will resist. If, however, they feel that reading is something we do for pleasure and because it’s a part of our family culture, that’s different.” (Download the transcript above for more quotes and pull-outs.) Books from this episode: (All links are ).

Hi Sarah, as a new mom, I’ve been loving your podcast! I recently stopped working in libraries after 16 years to become a stay-at-home foster mom, and you are helping to fill the bookish hole I feel not being in the library nearly every day! Thanks for the recommendation of “Echo” on audio. What a great book and listening experience! I have to second your suggestion of “The Hiding Place” for teens. When I was 15, this book actually pulled me from despair with its message that there is no pit so deep that God’s love can’t reach it. One book for teens I enjoyed on audio recently was “Almost Home” by Joan Bauer.

Sugar, the main character is a very plucky sixth grader who ends up homeless and in foster care. I love the authour’s quirky characters, the empathy and hope she weaves into the story, and the thank you notes and poems that add so much to Sugar’s emerging voice.