Happy Holidays from the Classroom Bookshelf
We’re wishing you all a peaceful and joyous holiday season. We’ll be back with a regular posting on January 3, but in the meantime we wanted to share a collection of ‘best of 2011’ lists. Please feel free to add to our collection of links by submitting a favorite ‘best of’ listing of your own in a comment.
We’d like to extend our deep appreciation to the teachers, librarians, authors, illustrators, and publishers who join us in our efforts to put wonderful books in the hands of children. Happy New Year to all!
Best of 2011
Horn Book Fanfare 2011
New York Times Best Illustrated Books 2011
New York Times Notable Books of 2011
Kirkus Reviews: Best Children’s Books of 2011
Boston Globe: Best Books of the Year for Children
The Washington Post: Best Children’s Books of 2011
Book Links Magazine 2011 Top 30
Association for Library Service to Children: 2011 Notable Children’s Books
School Library Journal: Best Books 2011
Booklist: Top Ten Books for Science and Health 2011
Touch and Go: Top Ten Apps of 2011
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About Erika Thulin Dawes
Erika is a professor of language and literacy at Lesley University. A former classroom teacher, reading specialist, and literacy supervisor, she now teaches courses in children’s literature, early literacy, and literacy methods. Erika is the co-author of Learning to Write with Purpose, Teaching with Text Sets, and Teaching to Complexity.
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