There Are Dinosaurs in the Library! is a fun and funny way to encourage readers to get excited about reading through imagination.
With a happy ending and a
promise for more adventure, this adorable series is sure to be a hit with elementary-school children.
In this episode of the Growing Readers Podcast, I talk with author and children’s librarian Lydia M. Sigwarth about her debut picture book Dear Librarian.
Koobville: Book Monsters Library Day would be a fantastic addition to any classroom and/or school library.
Here are some of our most favorite Little Free Library designs, inspiring a love of reading while bringing communities together and sparking neighborhood creativity.
Jessica Lee is a teacher librarian at Willard Middle School in Berkeley, California. She has also been an English teacher, a public librarian, and a waitress, but her favorite terrible-teen job was selling snacks at Six Flags Magic Mountain. She is the mom of two boys who are also students at her school, fully integrating the work-life experience.
Joan VanSickle Sloan is the Community Outreach Coordinator at Blount County Public Library in Maryville, Tennessee. After reading this interview, you’ll love what Joan does!
Elizabeth Bird is the Youth Materials Specialist of New York Public Library. She is also the sensational voice of the School Library Journal’s A Fuse #8 Production and has served on Newbery. In her usual jaunty manner, Elizabeth talked to TCBR about becoming a librarian and shared many not-to-miss books, new and old.
Margaret Stawowy is a “reluctant reader” specialist, non-fiction enthusiast, and she utilizes her talents that life has provided, to inspire her library work and the children that enter the San Rafael Public Library. Read on and you’ll most likely discover a few books to match the reading flavor of the children in your life.
To kick off TCBR’s new column “On the Shelf,” which shines a spotlight on brilliant children’s librarians, April Hayley, MLIS, graciously talked to us about becoming a librarian, among other great topics. Do you think you can guess which is the most checked out children’s book at San Anslemo Public Library in California?