From graphic biographies and histories to plant and animal field guides, libraries are full of engaging nonfiction for children and young adults. By pairing popular fiction with nonfiction books, identifying clusters of related works, introducing graphic novel-style nonfiction to reluctant readers, and tying engaging nonfiction works to online tools and ebook resources, librarians can attract new readers and promote essential 21st century skills.
In addition, this course explores ways that readers’ advisory services can be used to connect nonfiction titles with readers through both direct and indirect means. Finally, nonfiction reading is fun! This course provides opportunities to read and analyze a wide range of nonfiction books for youth.
Recent changes in standards have placed emphasis on informational reading making this a particularly timely topic for school and public librarians alike. Come join the fun!
Check out my nonfiction reading booklist.
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