Library team members Amber Wessies and Olivia Chin have searched the Internet for the best book, movie, and library-related links. Learn more about library news around the world below.
A descriptive, helpful list of children’s books from Embrace Race.
With COVID-19, more free resources became available on the Internet. However, publishers are pushing back over what they consider to be piracy.
Not sure how to engage students in scientific inquiry? Not a problem. The 5E Inquiry-Based Instructional Model can serve as your guide during the design and implementation of STEM instruction.
Old-fashioned words used to describe books, as provided by The New Yorker.
Blog about miscellaneous African American art and poetry, as well as a celebration of Juneteenth.
What did game night look like thousands of years ago? Before Monopoly and Candy Crush, ancient people were playing mehen and the Game of Twenty Squares.
Need some statistics on babies and families in the U.S.? Check out the 2020 State of Babies Yearbook, where you will find changing demographics, health policies, and early learning recommendations.
If you enjoyed reading or watching Hidden Figures, you’ll be glad to know that the real-life Mary W. Jackson is being honored by NASA.