There’s Nothing Like Brand Recognition

The Reading Tub, Inc. is proud to announce it’s new logo.Isn’t it just great?! For those of you who may not know, “tub boy” (as he is affectionately known) was one of our original images back when the Reading Tub started out as a hobby nearly three years ago. We’ve added some style, changed his colors and now he will forever be the “face” of the Reading Tub™ If you have banners and links to the Reading Tub™ you will want to get them updated. Email me and I will send you the image and HTML text. This work by Reading Tub is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works 3.0 US License

The Wash Rag, Summer 2006

Well, ‘technically’ it is still summer … Just when you think you’ve got technology under control, Tropical Storm Ernesto takes out your electricity and the ISP, too. Go figure! REMINDER: If you have a web site that has links to Reading Tub™ profiles created before July 2006, you will want to find your book and update the hyperlink. Our old style (title+.html) is gone. Now you need to know your book’s ID number. Click here to get started. If you need help with retrieving the link, just send us an email. ADVERTISEMENT: Join the Grannie Annie Project. Kids ages 9 to 14 (fourth through eigth grade) are invited to write a story about their family and have it published in … Read more

Something to Read, Part II

Guided Reading at Home, a Two-Part Series for Parents by Cathy Puett Miller, The Literacy Ambassador Reading is one of the things that every child must possess to be successful in life. Like walking, it is a skill that is learned, with lots of practice. It isn’t a natural ability that we are born with. This two-part series by literacy expert Cathy Puett Miller is designed to give parents simple tools they can use at home to complement your child’s school work, and offer additional one-on-one practice that is rewarding for everyone. Part II: What Does This Mean? Good readers use specific tools to make sense of words, paragraphs and text. In the first article in this series, we focused … Read more