What’s Your Question for the Librarian’s Corner?

by Ann Jacobus on April 18, 2013

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We at the Librarian’s Corner have tried to answer the most Frequently Asked Questions we could think of that our readers might ask. Using the ReaderKidZ search function, you can access them by typing in FAQ (or FAQs). We’ve covered everything from awards and banned books, to poetry and wordless books and enticing reluctant readers.

Hooray for ReaderKidZ Librarians Jeanette Larson and Kristen Remenar who share their expert book picks with us month after month and answer our FAQs to date! Librarians rock.

We know, however, there are more inquiries out there. If you have a question about reading or children’s books we haven’t covered, let us know via the contact page, or even leave it in the comments section below. Jeanette or Kristen will give it a shot. If you want to know about writers’ procrastination techniques, cleaning bathroom tile grout (which IS a procrastination technique), or cheap Paris hotels, I could weigh in.

Thanks for stopping by.

Dianne White April 22, 2013 at 12:55 pm

I’m interested to hear the librarians’ take on the Common Core. Will it change the kinds of books they purchase and/or spotlight for elementary teachers? How will CCSS affect those schools with limited purchasing dollars?
Non-fiction authors seem to be all gung-ho on the Common Core, but what’s the feeling from the school librarian’s/teacher’s side of the desk?

Ann Jacobus April 22, 2013 at 12:56 pm

Great question, Dianne. Thanks. We’ll see what our librarians have to say.

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