A guide to home-school learning resources
For Immediate Release
ALA Publishing & Media
American Library Association
CHICAGO — “Home-School Learning Resources: A Guide for Teachers, Librarians, Parents, and Home-Educators,” published by Facet Publishing and available through the ALA Store, helps readers locate useful, quality-tested websites that offer resources for enhanced curriculum learning and related fun activities for children and young people aged 4-18. Written by Christinea Donnelly, the book allows users to locate resources quickly and easily, with cross references made between subjects and handy tips for further exploration and discovery. It offers the opportunity for a holistic approach to educating children and enhancing their development. The book presents a range of UK resources as well as relevant international ones listed by subject, covering all areas of the UK curriculum as well as general knowledge, interests, and leisure time.
Donnelly is Development Officer for Young People at Bradford Libraries, West Yorkshire, England, and works with schools and educational organizations to promote reading, literacy and information skills.
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