LSC: School & Youth New Arrivals
Homework Help from the Library: In Person and Online (2011) Author: Carol F. Intner
Consider whether your library’s youth population has a need for formal learning support. Intner explores options for working with students as well as teachers to support education in the public library. The step-by-step process of evaluating current library resources, developing a program, and marketing can lead your library to providing its own learning commons with greater access to technology, improved research skills, and information literacy for your youth population.
El Día de los Niños/El Día de los Libros: Building a Culture of Literacy in Your Community through Día (2011) Author: Jeanette Larson for ALSC
For schools and public libraries, “Día should support all languages that are spoken in homes in your community,” including sign language, states Larson. Therefore, what she is presenting is a book of children’s rhymes and activities accompanying highlighted books from a wide world full of cultures. With tips for cultural competency training and outreach, librarians share their successful programs for this children’s holiday, and other cultural holidays relating to family literacy.
A Year of Programs for Teens 2 (2011)
Author: Amy J. Alessio and Kimberly A. Patton
School Library Spaces: Just the Basics (2011)
Authors: Patricia A. Messner and Brenda S. Copeland
From Cover to Cover: Evaluating and Reviewing Children’s Books, Revised Edition (2010) Author: Kathleen T. Horning
Crash Course in Library Services to Preschool Children (2010)
Author: Betsy Diamant-Cohen