TeachingBooks.net is a licensed online database that can be used by teachers, students, librarians and families to explore children's books and young adult literature and their authors.
Click the "Follow Attached Link" button on the right to visit the TeachingBooks.net website.
Plano Public Library presents a very engaging episode from library puppets Eugene and Charlotte about the Suburban Dare summer program for students. The video is a little over seven minutes long.
You can view the video by clicking on the "Follow Attached Link" button on the right side of this webpage.
The Texas Library Association encourages reading at all ages with lists for children, teens, and adults.
Find links to the Reading Lists for 2x2, Texas Bluebonnet, Lone Star, Tayshas, Maverick, and Spirit of Texas Reading Programs here: http://www.txla.org/reading-lists
This nonprofit website created eight years ago by researchers at the University of Maryland at College Park, offers over 4,600 free books in 61 languages from more than 200 countries, and continues to grow.
Experience the power of self-selected reading this summer.
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Stephen Krashen, a linguist and leading researcher in voluntary reading, suggests that an often overlooked method to improve reading is providing readers with a supply of i...
Check here for daily posts of child centered "I wonder" questions available through the National Center for Family Literacy. Each day this widget will automatically update with a new Wonder of the Day® — providing an easy reminder that every single day Wonderopolis offers a daily dose of family learning.
400 librarians from the Region 10 area were present to hear Dr. Ross J. Todd, an international expert in “Guided Inquiry” and “Evidence-Based Practice” in school libraries, deliver the keynote at the Library EXPO 2011 event.
Find program descriptions and corresponding links to presentation handouts here.
Dr. Todd is an Associate Professor at the Rutgers University School of Library and Informa...