Books that will offer you and your students fresh perspectives and hopeful voices.
How school libraries are evolving to thrive in the information age.
“Suspect Red” by L.M. Elliott helps students understand how the paranoia and xenophobia of the McCarthy era remains relevant today.
As the migration to digital continues in classrooms, we may be shortchanging reading comprehension in favor of convenience and expediency.
When kids hear about travel bans, border walls, and refugee quotas, they start asking questions. Books can help.
Captain Underpants creator Dav Pilkey talks about heroes and education.
“Children’s Day, Book Day” is a year-long commitment to celebrate all children and to motivate them and their families to be readers.
Celebrate School Library Month throughout April by encouraging newcomers to the library and introducing them to the love of reading.
Literacy experts talk about the power of books at a roundtable discussion hosted by NEA as part of its Read Across America celebration.
For Black History Month, NEA Read Across America spotlights award-winning picture book.