Expert liaison Natalie Reif Ziarnik shows that both public and school librarians can benefit in tangible ways by partnering up. Using classic storytelling techniques, such as qA Day in the Lifeq of school and public library interaction, she points out both the challenges and rewards of cooperation. Though it reads like a novel you can't put down, this book is a call to action for school and public librarians to embrace and pursue a shared mission of promoting reading and information literacy and ultimately doubling the support for the children and young people in your community.Rebecca Caudill Young Readersa#39; Book Award, 106a107 Reference interviews and homework, 46a48 Research learning process of, 50a51 Library Safari and, 100 motivation and, 52a55 Project Success: Science Fair Workshop ... 43a46 teacher-librarian protocol and, 42a43 What a Wonderful World, 111a112 Rodriguez, Jill, 38a39 S State library agencies, ... New York), 37a38, 64 Tall Tree : Sharing the Vision: How Schools and Libraries Can Work Together to Serve Children Better, anbsp;...
|Title||:||School & Public Libraries|
|Author||:||Natalie Reif Ziarnik|
|Publisher||:||American Library Association - 2003|