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 …
Notes from a Children’s Librarian: Satisfying Endings
How do you create a sense of satisfaction in a story’s finale? The following books pull it off!
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Books on Jewish Heritage
Compelling stories showcasing Jewish Heritage to be enjoyed by readers of all ages.
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Stories for Asian Heritage Month
Great picture books celebrating Asian heritage.
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Life Sciences
Celebrate Earth Day with these fun and inspiring picture books.
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Celebrating STEM
This list includes all kinds of STEM’ers—science enthusiasts, builders, inventors, real life engineers—in both fiction and non-fiction texts.
Notes From a Children's Librarian: Scrumptious Stories
DELICIOUS books about food and eating.
Notes From a Children's Librarian: Money Money Money
Financial literacy is part of the new math curriculum for grades 4-6. But why not start even sooner, as young as kindergarten?
Notes from a Children's Librarian: The "I Am Canada" Series
"These first-person narratives are so compelling that a reader doesn’t even notice that they’re actually learning history."
Notes from a Children's Librarian: Think Outside the (Hat) Box!
From fedoras to bowlers to shoe hats to winter toques to Carnival headdresses, this list is for anyone looking to inspire the creation of a hat.
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