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#ShelfieSunday

Get your #selfie stick ready because it is #ShelfieSunday! That’s right it’s a selfie of a shelf, and look at all those Young Adult novels! There is no better time to read a good book than the summer. You can lay out in the sun or curl up with blankets on a rainy day reading […]

Come in and Read!

Spring is over, and summer is finally here! Time to bring out those swimsuits, suntan lotion, and hit the beach! The CRC has many summer reading books for children of all ages. Stop by today and check one out! Written by CRC Student, Ta’Shay

June is Gay Pride Month

Looking for ways to incorporate materials that explore issues of family, identity, stereotyping, relationships, and discrimination into your curriculum? Check out some of these CRC resources:  Michael Hall’s Red:  A Crayon’s Story is a 2015 picture book that explores stereotyping and identity. It has gotten great reviews (as collected in Children’s Literature Comprehensive Database: http://www.clcd.com/ – /singlebook/LeROLNJNJQhKfmKj; if accessing […]

Study Now!

Are you getting ready for the Ohio Assessment for Educators (OAE) exam this summer? Well if you are, the CRC wants you to know that we have study materials for you that check out for 3 days! Just ask for them at the CRC circulation desk! #bgsucrc #oae #study #prep #ShelfieSunday

Who are you?

In conjunction with this year’s common theme of “Who are you? Your choices, your identity, your future,” talk to your kids about who they are. Read the book “Who is Melvin Bubble?” by Nick Bruel. Your students will roll on the floor with laughter. After reading, you can talk about how each person can see […]

Math and Science Activities Guides from AIMS

Building a math or science lesson plan? Check out the recently purchased AIMS Activities Guides Some of the more than 50 titles included in the library collections are:   These and other lesson planning materials are available for your use in the Curriculum Resource Center.

June is LGBT Pride Month

Celebrate LGBT Pride Month by reading a recent Stonewall Award winning young-adult novels, such as: Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe  Better Nate than Ever  Fat Angie  Beautiful Music for Ugly Children

Rocking in my Reading Shoes at Literacy in the Park

The CRC will be rocking in our reading shoes at Literacy in the Park on April 5, 2014 in the Stroh Center at BGSU from 10 am to 1 pm! This is the 10th Annual Literacy in the Park and  is featuring Eric Litwin, #1 New York Times Best-Selling author of the first four Pete the […]

Spring Break Reading

What are you going to do on Spring Break? How about reading for fun? Not available through the Curriculum Resource Center collections? Request it through OHIOLink!

1, 2, 3 Counting Books

Circus 1 2 3, by Guido Van Genechten is a new counting book available in the Curriculum Resource Center (JUV G3262ci in the CSCL section of the library—under the new books sign). In this entertaining counting book, the reader can count as talented circus ladybugs perform dazzling feats! Count from 1 to 10, or from […]

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