For Teachers/Librarians Page Update

It’s time once again for our semi-annual update on what’s new on MUF’s For Teachers/Librarians page!

We’ve added some great new resources and links to our regular categories. More on those in a moment, but first we want to tell you about two whole new sections just for you:  MUF Posts for Teachers and Librarians!  We’ve captured posts tagged for teachers and/or librarians in one convenient place.  The posts are organized by date, so “drop on by” any time to see what we’ve written with you in mind.

Here’s an overview of the other great new resources and links we’ve added: (you’ll find them marked with New! on the For Teachers/Librarians page):

BLOGS for middle-grade reading and writing
The Pirate Tree: Authors who explore books in the context of social justice themes, from violence to gender to race to poverty.

IRA Children’s Literature Special Interest Group Book Reviews:  Weekly reviews of books for grades K-12 organized by topic.

Publisher’s Weekly Best Books of 2012: Children’s Fiction

Publisher’s Weekly Best Books of 2012: Children’s Nonfiction

GENERAL RESOURCES for teaching and literature
Teaching Tolerance: From the Southern Poverty Law Center, in-depth and free resources and book lists on a wide range of social justice issues for educators. You’ll find an extensive list of classroom resources, as well as “What We’re Reading,” culturally aware book lists for educators in Teaching Tolerance Magazine.  Subscriptions to the magazine (print or digital editions) are free for educators.

As always, please help us build this page by suggesting other resources in the comments section.

Katherine Schlick Noe
  1. Love your resources. Thank you!

  2. Excellent additions!

  3. Katherine,
    From the Mixed-Up Files offers quality resources for teachers, librarians, and parents. Way to go! Thank you!

    Linda Andersen