On the British Library’s Discover Literature website, teachers and students can explore 1,200 Romantic and Victorian literary treasures, new insights by 60 experts, 25 documentary films, 30 inspirational teachers’ notes, and more.
“Light the Way” Grants of $3,000 are offered to assist public and school libraries in conducting exemplary outreach to underserved populations through new programs or the expansion of existing programs.
In January 2017, We Need Diverse Books (WNDB) will launch OurStory, a database of more than 1,200 curated books reflecting diverse characters and themes that librarians, educators, parents, and children can access for reading recommendations.
First Book provides new, relevant, and high-quality books and other resources to educators and programs that serve children in need. Thanks to the generous support of publishers and corporate partners, First Book is able to offer these resources at 50 percent to 90 percent lower than the retail price. Access Health and Wellness books on the First Book Marketplace today and take $50 off your $100 order from this category, thanks to First Book’s friends at Molina Healthcare. Use code BIGDEAL50.
For years, teachers, librarians, and booksellers have worked to encourage reading by creating booklists that link a popular title to “readalikes”: “If you liked Harry Potter, try Diana Wynne Jones’s Chronicles of Crestomanci,” or “If you liked The Hunger Games, try The 5th Wave.