It’s Heritage Week! Learn about heritage properties in Kamloops in this guest post from the Heritage Engagement Group. Continue reading Where do you find heritage?
It’s one week until I Read Canadian Day. There’s nothing we love more than celebrating our right to read Canadian, First Nations, Inuit, and Metis authors. There is so much richness, diversity, and breadth to discover in Canadian literature! Continue reading Freedom to Read: Canadian
If you’re a teacher trying to put together a novel study or reading circle for your students right now, we have some resources that can help! Continue reading Resources for Novel Studies and Reading Circles
You may already be familiar with TumbleBooks, one of our online reading databases for kids, but the creators of TumbleBooks have just made some of their other databases freely available for library patrons right now! The best part is, there are no waitlists with these titles. So if you’re craving a book for teens, an audiobook, a romance, or some math books for children check these out! Continue reading (More) Free eBooks and eAudiobooks!
School Library Journal has put together an amazing list of resources for Online Learning. If an enormous list sounds a little overwhelming to you right now, we’ve highlighted our favourite very resources for teachers, parents, and children right here. Continue reading Home Learning Resources
If you are looking for free worksheets for your children while they are learning at home, check out these two websites! Continue reading Free Student Worksheets
If you’re teaching your children from home for the first time, we’ve got resources for you! And not just ones that you can access with your library card, many of these are freely available for anyone. We want to make sure that you have quality resources that can help make things easier for you and your children, so keep an eye out for future posts on this topic. Continue reading Learning from Home