Collection currently consists of more than 1,200 titles from eight North Carolina publishers, spanning a wide range of topics, from history and culture, to cooking and travel. The NC LIVE eBook program is a collaborative effort to bring eBooks published by North Carolina publishers to the virtual shelves of North Carolina libraries. The titles are part of NC LIVE's permanent collections, and can be read simultaneously by an unlimited number of readers
Use this database to find lesson plans and websites for individual book titles. Titles with orange dots next to them have links to lesson plans or websites.
CLCD is an academic and research resource for courses needing to locate children’s and young adult books and other media.
Reviews come from 36 review sources, including Children's Literature; The Horn Book Magazine; Kirkus; Media & Methods; and Parent's Guide. CLCD includes over one million fiction/non-fiction titles, hundreds of thousands of awards and professional reviews including author/title links, lesson plans and teaching guides. The search engine offers multiple options including 50 search filters for finding materials to determine interest and reading levels, selecting trade books based on standards, creating thematic and annotated biographies, interpreting reviews, developing classroom collections, book challenges and collection development.
This website contains lesson plans, practical information for educators, information on how to integrate technology in the classroom, articles written by education experts, website reviews, and professional development information. It contains games to teach science, math, and reading.
Founded in 1991 by the Southern Poverty Law Center, Teaching Tolerance is dedicated to reducing prejudice, improving intergroup relations and supporting equitable school experiences for children. Teaching Tolerance provides free educational materials to teachers and other school practitioners in the U.S. and abroad.