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Presentation for English/ Reading teachers and librarians. Provides tips for increasing your knowledge of children's literature and finding free and low cost books.

Presentation for English/ Reading teachers and librarians. Provides tips for increasing your knowledge of children's literature and finding free and low cost books.

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    Build up your book muscle Build up your book muscle Presentation Transcript

    • Build Up Your Book Muscle
      Donalyn Miller
      @donalynbooks
      thebookwhisperer@gmail.com
    • 12
      WAYS
      to increase your knowledge of children’s books
    • Dedicate daily time for reading.
    • Read books on your district lists and curriculum documents.
    • Explore your school’s book closet.
    • Read winners from major award lists.
    • Befriend a librarian.
    • Ask your students what you should read.
    • Browse bookstores and library shelves.
    • Start a book club.
    • Follow reviewers’ and authors’ blogs.
    • Attend professional development sessions about children’s literature.
    • Join reading groups on social networking sites.
    • Read book review publications.
    • Sources for low cost or Free books
    • Book Sale Finder
    • Book Swaps
    • ebay
    • Garage sales
    • goodwill
    • Half-Price Books
    • Book Mooch
    • donations
    • Amazon and Barnes & Noble Bargain Bins
    • Book Closeouts
    • Scholastic
    • Authors’ blogs and contests
    • Goodreads’ Giveaways
    • twitter
    • #ArCs Float on
    • Money for books
    • Donors Choose
    • Grant Wrangler