This fabulous infographic co-created by Melissa Stewart, debuted in September, when I was in Scotland. But, ya know, better late than never and all that. I’m sharing it now because it’s full of great ideas about sharing nonfiction books with kids. These ideas are adaptable to school libraries, classroom teachers, parents, and public libraries. Check out the infographic here or click on the thumbnail below for a printable .pdf! Is there one prompt that feels perfect and easy for right now? Do it! You’ll be glad you did!
I’ve written lots of nonfiction picture books, and I’m always grateful for adults who recognize how many kids soak up information and true stories!
[My Classroom Connections posts share a way to connect one of my books or poems to a classroom topic–often something timely that you might be covering in the next month or so. Please share this post if you have educator friends who might be interested–thanks!]