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Children's and Young Adult Literature: In the Classroom

This guide includes resources and information about children's and young adult literature

Sharing a Book

    TeachingBooks.net

This is a five-star resource! TeachingBooks.net provides a wealth of multimedia resources on K-12 books and authors or illustrators that can be used to support reading activities for all grades and content areas. If you are on campus, use this quick search box to begin exploring these resources. If you are off campus, use the link in the next column for best access.

Using Children's & Young Adult Literature in the Classroom

Here are several useful websites with ideas for using children's (or young adult) literature in your classroom.

Books with Teaching Ideas

The Curriculum Collection has resources for using children's literature in the classroom.  Here are a few sample titles that contain activity ideas to expand favorite children's books.

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Trent Brager
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What To Do With Reluctant Readers?

Here is a sample of documents and sites that have recommended books for reluctant readers.