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                  FORTHCOMING                      FORTHCOMING                      Supporting Diversity

                Bringing Heart and                Kids’ Books and                 and Inclusion
              Mind into Storytime               Makerspace Projects               with Story

              Using Books and Activities        Perfect Pairings                  Authentic Folktales and
              to Teach Empathy,                           MARGE COX               Discussion Guides
              Tenacity, Kindness, and                                                       LYN FORD AND SHERRY NORFOLK,
              Other Big Ideas                                                     EDITORS

                        HEATHER MCNEIL

                                                 August 2022 ,  120pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4
                                                Paperback: 978-1-4408-7567-0
                                                 $45.00 ,  £34.00 ,  €38,00
                                                eBook: 978-1-4408-7568-7            February 2020 ,  126pp ,  7x10
               April 2022 ,  218pp ,  6 1/8x9 1/4                                 Paperback: 978-1-4408-6707-1
                                                                                   $45.00 ,  £34.00 ,  €38,00
              Paperback: 978-1-4408-7717-9        This book connects to the new   eBook: 978-1-4408-6708-8
               $50.00 ,  £38.00 ,  €42,00       AASL standards and provides simple
              eBook: 978-1-4408-7718-6
                                                directions for using a variety of books
                                                to create makerspace activities that   > AWARD WINNER
                Learn how to use children’s books
              during storytime to approach sensitive   deepen the reading experience.   Special Storytelling Resources –
              topics and increase children’s social-    FEATURES                    2021 Storytelling World Resource
                                                                                    Awards, January 29, 2021
              emotional wellness—and how to     •  Helps readers to see how a variety
              create storytimes that are engaging,   of genres can be connected to   “ Highly recommended. ”
              participative, and FUN!             makerspaces                       —American Libraries, January 4, 2021
                                                •  Shows readers how makerspaces can
                FEATURES                          be created economically           Today’s increasingly interconnected and
              •  Offers tips and techniques for   •  Draws connections from AASL   globalized world demands that students
                including social-emotional learning   standards to makerspaces    be taught to appreciate human diversity
                in storytime through books, songs,                                and recognize universally held values
                action rhymes, games, and crafts                                  and beliefs. Authentic, culturally based
              •  Includes recommendations for books     MARGE COX  serves as library media   folktales can lay the foundation for this
                related to social-emotional learning  specialist at Veterans Memorial   cultural understanding.
                                                Elementary School. She is author of The
              •  Suggests best practices for    Elementary School Library Makerspace:
                participative, inclusive, and culturally   A Start-Up Guide.
                aware storytimes                                                    LYN FORD  is an internationally
                                                                                  recognized storyteller and a teaching
              •  Shares comments and experiences                                  artist for the Ohio Alliance for
                from storytime presenters across the                              Arts Education and the Kennedy
                United States                                                     Center’s Ohio State-Based
                                                                                  Collaborative Initiative.
                HEATHER MCNEIL  is a professional                                 SHERRY NORFOLK, an award-winning
              storyteller and retired youth services                              storyteller, author, and teaching artist,
              manager. She is the author of a book                                performs and presents nationally
              on early literacy and two books on                                  and internationally.
              storytelling. She offers workshops
              on early literacy, storytime skills,
              and storytelling.
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