100 Notable Books (New York Times)
Best Books of the Year (So Far) (Amazon)
Best Books of 2019 (Goodreads)
Best Books 2019 (Publishers Weekly)
Best Books 2019 (School Library Journal)
Best Young Adult Books of 2019 (Kirkus Reviews)
Best Books of 2019 (New York Public Library)
CSMCL Best Books of 2019
NPR’s Book Concierge 2019
Time Magazine's Must-Read Books of 2019
2. Better World Books + the Internet Archive = Perfect Together!
3. Even in these trying global and local times, there are reasons to be cheerful...
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6. There are more and more great books for teens about depression and other mental health issues. Check out some of them here and here.
7. Did you know that Poets.org created poetry lesson plans for multiple subject areas?
8. Brooklyn Prospect now has access to Adam Matthew’s Race Relations in America database! Click here for more details!
9. Stay tuned for details on our new free online access to the Financial Times and their lesson plans for teachers!
10. The folks at Stanford are really helpful! Check out their new & free Civic Online Reasoning curriculum that you can use with your students to help them better evaluate the information they come across in their digital lives.
11. Teachers, check out FindNYCulture! It is a “a searchable directory of New York’s 4600+ museums, libraries, historical societies, science centers, parks, zoos, university art galleries, planetariums, and more.” Perfect for teachers and parents!