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View Resource Latinxs in Kid Lit

Latinxs in Kid Lit is a tremendous resource to turn to for book reviews, resources, and discussions about Latinxs in children's literature and Latinix authors. Book reviews are categorized into picture books and early readers, middle grade, and young adult, with the most recent blog post on any topic being featured on the site's homepage. As of this writing, the most recent blog post features a...

View Resource ACL: Storytimes

Librarians, teachers, caregivers, and parents may appreciate this extensive collection of storytime ideas from the Association of Children's Librarians (ACL) of Northern California, made available here in their online journal Bayviews. Visitors will find hundreds of ideas organized into broad categories with each category containing more specific themes such as penguins, movies, astronauts, and...

View Resource Art Institute of Chicago: Shatter Rupture Break

Shatter Rupture Break is part of a set of digital exhibition catalogs that the Art Institute of Chicago (AIC) is making available. There are currently 12 catalogs in the collection and it is expected to grow. Shatter Rupture Break documents an exhibition held at AIC from February 15, 2015 to May 3, 2015. It is the first in the Modern Series, which is intended to utilize materials from the AIC's...

View Resource KidLit TV

For any adults seeking to encourage a love of books in children, KidLit TV will come as a welcome boon in today's multimedia-focused world. This resource uses video and podcasts to foster kids' literary and artistic inclinations and to promote children's literature. Visitors to KidLit TV will find a wide-ranging array of reading-oriented content for children, including three shows that can be...

View Resource Thrive After Three

Children's librarians, school librarians, and parents may really enjoy the knowledge and programming ideas shared on Lisa M. Shaia's blog Thrive After Three. Shaia, a children's librarian since 2005, regularly posts ideas for increasing literacy through storytimes, clubs, and other programs designed to make reading a fun and engaging endeavor for children. One of Shaia's most recent blog posts...