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[BHE 377] Library Haul

Library Loot from National Institute of Education (NIE) Library

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Myra here.

Every Sunday, we share the books that managed to find their way into our hands. This week, I am excited to share some of my library haul. A few weeks ago, I requested a few titles for purchase in preparation for my higher degree course: Using Multicultural Children’s Literature for Social and Emotional Learning. Here are just some of them – yay to fab librarians!

Library Haul: NIE (National Institute of Education) Edition

Remarkably You by Pat Zietlow Miller and Patrice Barton, Tiny Perfect Things by M. H. Clark and Madeline Kloepper.

Anya’s Secret Society by Yevgenia Nayberg, My Hair Is A Garden by Cozbi A. Cabrera.

My Heart by Corinna Luyken, In Blossom by Yooju Cheon.

When Grandma Gives You A Lemon Tree by Jamie L. B. Deenihan and Lorraine Rocha, My Island by Stephanie Demasse-Pottier and Seng Soun Ratanavanh.

Windows by Julia Denos and E. B. Goodale; Georgia’s Terrific, Colorific Experiment by Zoe Persico.

Hello Lighthouse by Sophie Blackall, Poetree by Shauna Lavoy Reynolds and Shahrzad Maydani.

You Are Your Strong by Danielle Dufayet and Jennifer Zivoin, When Sadness Is At Your Door by Eva Eland.

A Velocity Of Being by Maria Popova and Claudia Bedrick, The Dark Fantastic: Race And The Imagination From Harry Potter To The Hunger Games by Ebony Elizabeth Thomas.

How about you? What are the books that found their way to your hands recently?

 

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