To add to Destiny
by Maria Popova “There’s a future in books…and a book in your future!” After yesterday’s vintage ads for iconic books , how about some vintage ads and posters for all books?
YA Programming Behind the Scenes: Breakfast of Books This is Stacy Lienemann reporting for my first in a series of posts on teen programs.
Principal Tricia Kelleher wants her school library to become a beacon of learning like the iconic Vatican Library.
Preschool and kindergarten are recommended times for kids to learn a new language, while they’re still in the process of learning their first one.
Javier Jaén Here’s a fact that may not surprise you: the children of the rich perform better in school, on average, than children from middle-class or poor families.
By Whitney Joiner for Bookish Drama . If you have a daughter in middle school -- or teach, coach, counsel, or are in any way involved with tweens -- you've heard this word repeatedly: it's the catchall term girls use to describe their lives.
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Kids become lifelong readers for all kinds of reasons. Sometimes there's one key book that captures a kid's imagination and opens him or her up to the exciting world of fiction. Other times, a teacher who assigns great books in class sparks a hunger for more big ideas and fine writing.
“Kindling” by Flickr user oskay
By Steven Smith and Carmelita Pickett
Collect data about what is going on in the media center space and in collaborations with teachers and students; use that data to make decisions about time, space and money.