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  1. The Hipster Librarian's Guide to Teen Craft Projects

    Tina Coleman and Peggy Llanes     Included here are printable instruction sheets for each craft program in The Hipster Librarian’s Guide to Teen Craft Projects. Visit the authors’ website— www.arystocrafts.com —for more ideas! Project 1            Creativ ...

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  2. Latkes, Gumbo, and Apple Pie: Integrating Literature and Cooking

    Book Links Jan. 2008 (vol. 17, no.3) by Karyn Wellhousen Tunks and Lynda Daughenbaugh Give young gourmands a taste of new cultures with this delectable array of culinary books. Preschool through middle school Children’s literature offers many excellent se ...

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  3. Fundamentals of Collection Development and Management, Second Edition

    Peggy Johnson Readers may wish to use or adapt some of the forms or other sample materials discussed in Peggy Johnson’s Fundamentals of Collection Development and Management, second edition. To that end, we’ve made them available for download below. Figur ...

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  4. Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War

    The American Library Association (ALA) Public Programs Office is pleased to announce its collaboration with the National Constitution Center (NCC) in Philadelphia on a new traveling exhibit, “Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War.” One copy of the e ...

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  5. Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War

    The American Library Association (ALA) Public Programs Office is pleased to collaborate with the National Constitution Center (NCC) in Philadelphia on a new traveling exhibit, “Lincoln: The Constitution and the Civil War.” The exhibition will travel to pu ...

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  6. Volume 18

    July 2009 A Poetry Book of Their Own (HTML) A Poetry Book of Their Own  (PDF) A Poetry Book of Their Own bibliography (PDF) Online Exclusive Storyboard Template (PDF) Online Exclusive Haiku Booklet Directions (PDF) Online Exclusive Voices in My Head: Onli ...

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  7. Connecting Content to Standards

    Book Links Nov. 2008 (vol. 18, no.2) In an effort to help Book Links readers integrate the magazine’s content into the curriculum, below is a list of standards related to selected articles in this issue. This list is intended to serve as a general guideli ...

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  8. Talking with Brian Floca

    Book Links  Nov. 2008 (vol. 18, no.2) By Jeanette Larson Elementary school The creator of the Sibert Honor Book Lightship discusses his life, his work, and finding new inspiration. Brian Floca jumped into children’s publishing in 1993 by being in the righ ...

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  9. Our White House

    Book Links  Nov. 2008 (vol. 18, no. 2) Discover the history, inhabitants, and continuing influence of the “most beloved house in all the land.” By Angela Leeper Upper elementary school through high school Our White House: Looking In, Looking Out. By the N ...

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  10. Reid-Aloud Alert: Literary Journeys

    Book Links  Nov. 2008 (vol. 18, no. 2) By Rob Reid Literary characters that go on long physical journeys also go on emotional journeys as well. They are somewhat different at the end of their travels, gaining new insights about themselves and the people a ...

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