Point of View
Picture books to inspire writing from different perspectives for Grades 1 to 3.
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Sequencing and Coding
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
Quench your curiosity about water with these books!
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Wordless Picture Books
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, …
Notes From a Children's Librarian: In Conversation with Nature
In reading, we talk about making connections. We talk about big ideas or themes. Conversations with the natural world are the thread that binds this book …
Notes From a Children's Librarian: An April (Foolish) Book List
An eclectic list of books about pranks, hoaxes, and tricksters.
Notes From a Children's Librarian: Valentine’s Day Picture Books
Special picks for Kindergarten and Grade One.
Notes From a Children's Librarian: On Activism
Children, like everyone, are all too aware of bad news and the state of the world right now. These books might give kids a sense of agency in the face …
Notes From a Children's Librarian: Islamic Culture
From Ramadan to Eid, to prayer, to the hijab—myriad aspects of Muslim life are depicted in these picture books, nonfiction texts, poetry and short stories. …
Notes from a Children's Librarian: The Mooncake Festival
East and Southeast Asian families come together in mid-Autumn to celebrate the Mooncake Festival and give thanks for the harvest.
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Physics with Chris Ferrie
At first glance, "The Everyday Science Academy" series, by Chris Ferrie, appears to be for very young children. But the series brilliantly simplifies …