Though your doors may be closed, we know you never stop helping your patrons. We are here to make things a little easier for you in these uncertain times, with a large number of digital resources for you to share with your patrons. From book club brochures to videos for storytime, we hope these resources […]
“We must be guardians of spaces that allow students to breathe, be curious, and to explore.” —Brené Brown From bestselling author Brené Brown, Daring Classrooms is a free resource for teachers on how to show up as a leader, recognize how shame and vulnerability appear in the classroom, and use those concepts to help their students build courage. […]
This week new laws sealed off the border between Serbia and Hungary, where thousands of Syrian and African refugees and migrants had previously passed through seeking asylum from their war-torn countries, many on their way to Germany. It remains to be seen how the bottleneck in Serbia will resolve as the situation continues to escalate. The […]
Help your patrons get back in the mood for school! Pair this headline making viral video with a great display of Back to School Resources and you’re ready for the school bell to ring! [youtube s56-Ta35JRk] Back to School Resources MASTERMINDS AND WINGMEN Here is a landmark book that reveals the way boys think and […]
Done! The annotated book buzz (where I imagine what I would have written down, had I been in the audience during our presentation at ALA) is up on Scribd. Have at it.
Earlier today Erica shared with me a link from a Publisher’s Weekly post by Shelftalker’s Alison Morris. In it Morris points us in the direction of what she calls “The Best Blog You (Probably) Haven’t Been Reading.” She is talking about Baby Name Wizard author Laura Wattenberg’s blog. An extension of her awesome book and […]