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Reading expert Deanne Camp shows how matching two high-interest books-one fiction and one nonfiction-on the same topic can boost students' engagement and comprehension in any subject area. This resource provides 15 comprehension strategy lessons for building background knowledge, learning vocabulary, summarizing, asking critical-thinking questions, and more. Also includes classroom examples with the strategy in action, research links, and a recommended literature list. For use with Grades 3-5.