The latest edition of the Public Library News, Education Edition is now available online (December 2013).
School classes, Brownie or Cub groups or any community agency or organization are welcome to book a tour or visit for their group. A tour may include an orientation to the library branch and its services and collections, instruction on the online catalogues or Internet stations, a book talk, puppet show, storytelling or other activity appropriate to your group's needs. Call children's services (grades 4 or under) or reference services (grade 5 and up) to discuss availability, times and content for your free tour.
Share the Teen Zone and Kids' Space with your students!
High School Teachers
- we want to work with you to teach your students about the library
The Brodie and Waverley Libraries have a collection for parents, teachers and other adults working with children or interested in children's literature. Found in the children's department, it has useful resources related to children's reading, Native materials and programs, learning styles, dyslexia, gifted students, phonics, storytelling, children's games and much more.
Direct Your Students to the Best of the Web!
Our virtual collection has staff-selected websites on various topics and an excellent collection of subscription databases available to library cardholders. Resource materials are age appropriate for users from preschool to highschool.
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