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Programs for library schools

Ernest James Reece

Programs for library schools

by Ernest James Reece

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Published by Columbia University Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Library schools and training.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Ernest J. Reece.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination4 p. l., 64 p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17972764M

    Kids Need to Read is a national nonprofit foundation that promotes childhood literacy and addresses the crisis in library funding that currently exists in the United States. Donating inspiring, new books to schools, libraries and organizations, the foundation works to .   Millie Hopkins, youth services library assistant with East Adams Library District, holds the book series for this week’s installment of the library’s Page Turners Book Club program up to the.

      As area schools prepare to close their doors for summer vacation, JPL once again welcomes you and your children to walk through our doors and participate in the library’s Summer Reading Program. Read more about JPL’s Summer Reading Program . Download books, audio books and magazines for all ages. Stories for Kids; Stories for Teens; Listen to Your Story. We have stories read by your favorite librarians! Call the StoryLine at KIDS or listen online “At Home with the Library" is story time at your house. Great Stories to Explore. North Carolina Children's Book Award Reading List.

    Our in-house experts can help you choose the best resources to align to your curriculum goals. Whether you're developing a targeted program or exploring how to best allocate your school-wide resources, we can meet your needs. Our content portfolio is comprehensive; it includes library books, textbooks, eContent, educational databases, and much.   Listings are organized geographically - please use the index to the right to locate programs in specific countries. Each entry includes the mission, types of materials and subject areas needed. The first group of programs are organized under the heading “International” because they collect and distribute books to more than one country or.


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