There are times when reading a historically based picture book that I cannot help but make comparisons to today. Primary sources can help me focus that comparison. This was the case when reading the picture book A Lady Has the… Read More ›
How Can School Librarians Teach Media Literacy in Today’s Highly Charged Media Landscape?
I have been thinking quite a bit about media literacy for a long time now, and I have noticed that my training and career as a school librarian have really impacted how I consume media. I’m not able to casually… Read More ›
Therapy on a Page: Bibliotherapy Resources for School Librarians
My mother always tells me that I should write a book about my life. Why? Because I have experienced a great deal in a very brief amount of time. In this post, I share one of my experiences with you…. Read More ›