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Sunday, March 29 • 9:45am - 10:35am
Choosing and Introducing Quality Informational Books in Your Library Program and Promoting Them Across the Elementary Curriculum

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Get informational books off of your shelves and into the hands of teachers. Give them quality informational texts that they can use across several different curricular areas. Your circulation numbers will increase, you'll save teachers time, and most importantly students will have access to quality texts that will help them become more informed members of our society.

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Lisa Rogers

Elementary Library Teacher, Wellesley Public Schools
Lisa Rogers is an elementary librarian and a former daily news reporter and editor.  She has a BA in English literature from The College of William and Mary, an MA from Boston College in English Literature and an MLS from Southern Connecticut State University. She is the author of... Read More →

Kate Narita

Kate Palaces Narita is the author of 100 Bugs! A Counting Book (FSG/Macmillan 2018). When she's not out and about driving, teaching or cheering on her two teenage sons, Kate lives, writes, and hikes on a small mountain in central Massachusetts. There's a magical part of... Read More →

Sunday March 29, 2020 9:45am - 10:35am EDT