ARED464: Author-Illustrator Integration of Visual Arts & Language Arts at the Secondary Level
A guide to finding children's/young adult NONFICTION in Cook Library's collection.
Wikipedia's list of Caldecott Award winning books.
Wikipedia's list of CSK Award winning books.
Wikipedia's list of Newbery Award winning books.
Only winners included; search by topic, age, gender, multicultural and more.
Wikipedia's list of Printz award winning YA literature.
Winners selected by the National Council of Teachers of English.
Wikipedia's list of Pura Belpre award winning literature for children and young adults.
More than 280,000 reviews of children's books--all full text searchable from 36 review sources.
The ICDL contains more than 10,000 digitized children's books in 54 languages from 166 countries. Useful for both children and researchers in international children’s literature.
Includes biography & criticism of children's authors.
Gale's™ acclaimed and long-standing Something About the Author series examines the lives and works of authors and illustrators for children and young adults and is the preeminent source on authors and literature for young people.
Also available in print:
Location: Reference Collection (3rd/main floor)
Call Number: PN1009.A1C65
TeachingBooks provides access to authors, illustrators and book resources, and is designed for teachers to generate enthusiasm for books and reading. Content includes author interviews; in-studio movies of authors and illustrators; audio excerpts of professional book readings; thematic booklists for teachers; book awards; and links to children's and young adult literature.
Includes the following journals: Book Links, Booklist, Childhood Education, Children's Literature, Children's Literature in Education, Horn Book Magazine, Knowledge Quest, Language Arts, Multimedia Schools, Publisher's Weekly, Reading Teacher, School Library Journal, Science and Schildren, and Teacher Librarian.
Contains materials in all areas of education and at all levels from preschool through college.
Content is geared to readers in grades 6-12, includes more than 460 popular, high school magazines; 50,000 biographies and 60,000 primary sources. Searchable by lexile.
Includes brief biographies of every major children's author and illustrator.
Content is geared to readers in grades 1-6, includes more than 50 elementary school magazines and is searchable by lexile.
The Celebrating All of Us project compiles a book list, literature-based lesson plans and other resources for educators, therapy providers and parents to use in an effort to enhance the inclusion of young children with disabilities in their neighborhood schools and communities through similarities awareness.
The Center for Applied Special Technology, CAST, is a source for Universal Design for Learning (UDL) information and lesson plans.
The State Curriculum is the document that aligns the Maryland Content Standards and the Maryland Assessment Program and will be available in a number of formats for teachers, central office staff, students, parents, and the other stakeholders.
A nonprofit organization that honors the artwork of children's literature illustrators.
A community of practice for visual arts teachers, scholars, researchers and professors, students, administrators, art museum educators, and artists to come together around a shared belief in the power of the arts in developing human potential.
UDL is a flexible approach to curriculum design that offers all learners full and equal opportunities to learn.
A website devoted to teaching kids to read and helping those who struggle.
The ReadWriteThink mission is to provide educators, parents, and afterschool professionals with access to the highest quality practices in reading and language arts instruction by offering the very best in free materials.