Is nonfiction the key to reading engagement?

Nonfiction literature can be used to entice students -- even reluctant readers -- to read, author Christopher Lloyd writes in this commentary marking National Nonfiction Day in the United Kingdom. Teachers should give students nonfiction works based on their individual interests, such as a child curious about space can read a book about the Apollo 13 astronauts, promoting reading more to learn, he writes.

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