When children are allowed to reread familiar material,
they are being allowed to learn to be readers, to read
in ways which draw on all their language resources and
knowledge of the world, to put this very complex recall
and sequencing behavior into a fluent rendering of the
text. The orchestration of these complex behaviors
cannot be achieved on a hard book.
Clay, M. (1991). Becoming Literate: The construction of
inner control (P. 184). Portsmuth, NH: Heinemann.
to Fluent Reading