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Picture Books Posts

Point of View

by Julie Booker

Picture books to inspire writing from different perspectives for Grades 1 to 3.

Seven Picture Books with Big Feelings

by Sarah Campbell

Help little ones learn to sit with big feelings

8 books

8 New Picture Books for Storytime

list by 49th Teachers

8 New Picture Books for Storytime

by Spencer Miller

With a new school year approaching, you may be preparing to select some new picture books for your classroom storytime. With so many to choose from, it …

Notes from a Children's Librarian: Sequencing and Coding

by Julie Booker

Sequencing is the step-by-step order in which instructions are given, also referred to as an algorithm. This basic coding concept can be taught using …

Notes from a Children's Librarian: Books on Water

by Julie Booker

Quench your curiosity about water with these books! 

Notes from a Children's Librarian: Wordless Picture Books

by Julie Booker

Wordless Picture Books are great for pre-readers and for making inferences in the primary grades. They’re also helpful for ESL readers to access stories, …

Bright Lights, Big City: Kids Books About Urban Life

by Andrea Curtis

A recommended reading list by Andrea Curtis, whose latest book is City Streets Are for People

Most Anticipated: Our 2022 Books for Young Readers Spring Preview

by 49th Shelf Staff

All the best books for young readers—and readers of all ages who value a good story.

The Joys of a Wild Collaboration

by Deborah Hodge

The continuing adventures of Deborah Hodge and Karen Reczuch, creators of West Coast Wild at Low Tide

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