Second Edition   ©2017

Read, Write, Connect

A Guide to College Reading and Writing

Kathleen Green (Pasadena City College) , Amy Lawlor (City College of San Francisco)

  • ISBN-10: 1-319-03596-5; ISBN-13: 978-1-319-03596-9; Format: Paper Text, 800 pages

“I want my students to not be afraid of writing, to have some of the mystery taken out of it, and to realize, ‘Hey, I can do this.’ Having a textbook that doesn't ‘talk down’ to them yet isn't too wordy is a big help.”
Barbara Overgaard, Pikes Peak Community College
“The reading selections support so many of the issues developmental students face and question…. Thank you for a great text.”
–Tondalaya W. VanLear, Lancaster Community College
“This textbook will help instructors who have only taught writing in the past begin to think about reading skills and help instructors who have only taught reading to become comfortable with the secrets of good writing instruction.”
Dorothy Reade, Lone Star College – North Harris
“My experience with Read, Write, Connect has been wonderful! It offers a comprehensive look at the reading and writing processes. An additional strength is the very contemporary readings. My students enjoy them.”   
Matilda Staudt, Palo Alto College