Youth Services Roundup 7/25/19

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GROUP PROJECT!

For those of you who love helping to contribute to a crowdsourced reading list, this is your lucky day! Today, I'm looking for your favorite picture books about eating and/or cooking and/or growing healthy foods. Please e-mail me with the subject line: Healthy Foods and provide the title, author, and link to the item record in the catalog. Thanks in advance for your help!

CENTER FOR CHILDHOOD CREATIVITY

From Jbrary: "The Center for Childhood Creativity positions itself as “the missing link between academic research and adults’ work with children ages 0-10.” Did you say academic research? Did you say working with kids? I am all ears folks. The first resource I want to highlight from them is the Reimagining School Readiness Toolkit which was created specifically for librarians..."

FAMILY-FRIENDLY AUDIO

From the ALSC blog: "Road trips are a great opportunity for families to engage with each other and share a listening experience.  Offering quality audio books is a small service we can offer to help the trip go a little more smoothly..."

TEEN PROGRAMMING: SEWING

The Teen Services Underground blog takes a look at a variety of sewing programs to offer for teens, from a basic handsewing craft to full-out fashion design. Check it out!

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