June 2, 2020 by Betsy Bird
Yesterday, I was asked to create a booklist for my city’s patrons of some antiracist titles. I was immediately helped by about eight of my colleagues and, together, we created the following list of links. Please use this where it is most needed.
December 16, 2019 by Betsy Bird
A fan of poems? On this list we've classic poets re-illustrated, first timers, funny poems, deeply meaningful ones, poems that tie into the moon landing, nursery rhymes, and many many more. There's something for everyone on today's list. Don't believe me? See for yourself
September 11, 2019 by Betsy Bird
Is there any physical object out there that carries quite as much weight and symbolism as a wall? It's gotten me to thinking about how walls are being portrayed in children's books in 2019. Here then is a quick encapsulation of some of the walls I've seen, what they're trying to say, what they're actually saying, and what they should be saying.
July 17, 2019 by Betsy Bird
Children find great comfort in absolutes. That which is right and that which is wrong. But the world we live in is filled with gray. It's chock full of different perspectives and points of view. So kids would do well to learn how to consider something, whether it's a number, a time of day, or a snowy sky, from a multitude of angles. A list of 2019 books for our times.
January 9, 2015 by Betsy Bird
Some me stuff to start us off. NYPL turned its handy dandy little 100 Titles for Reading and Sharing 2014 list into an interactive bit of gorgeousness. So as to help it along, I wrote a blog post on the library’s website (I have two blogs, if you want to get technical about it, but […]
by Colby Sharp
100 Scope Notes
by Travis Jonker
by Emily Mroczek-Bayci
The Classroom Bookshelf
by Denise Davila
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