Come join the monthly Bookshare Book Club discussions on Zoom for teens and adults. February’s book for teens is “Clap When You Land” and adults will discuss “Black Buck.” Everyone is welcome!
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Vicki Numkena, teacher of the visually impaired for Native students on the Navajo Reservation, uses audiobooks from Bookshare to “turn on” reluctant readers. Learn more about her reading tips, ready-made lists of books about superheroes, Fortnite, and Minecraft, and the top ten downloaded Bookshare books for 2020.
In 2020, students with reading barriers relied on Bookshare to deliver the books they needed to survive school shutdowns and distance learning, and Bookshare will carry them through 2021 and beyond.
Come join the monthly Bookshare Book Club discussions on Zoom for teens and adults. January’s book for teens is “Red Queen” and adults will discuss “Leave the World Behind.” Everyone is welcome!
COVID-19 is keeping most of us at home this holiday season, so let Bookshare help you make it jolly. With many regions under stay-at-home restrictions, it’s the perfect opportunity to fill the hours with engaging books. Our wish this holiday season is that everyone stays safe and healthy as we look forward to a brighter year ahead.
Co-authored by Michelle Chan, Bookshare Collection Development Associate. Welcome back to the Bookshare Book Club! Each month, Bookshare staff will choose books for members to read before hosting discussions near the end of the month. The conversations will take place through Zoom webinars. While we have created this club with Bookshare members in mind, everyone is welcome to join, including non-Bookshare members. In addition to our adult book club, we have launched the Bookshare Teen Book Club. The teen book club is geared towards ages 12-18, but everyone is welcome to join. Bookshare Book Club Pick for Teens November’s book…
Come join the monthly Bookshare Book Club discussions on Zoom for teens and adults. October’s book for teens is “The Graveyard Book” and adults will discuss “Mexican Gothic.” Everyone is welcome!
Whether your kids are in the classroom, logging on to virtual schooling, or somewhere in between, they can still access Bookshare’s expansive library. Bookshare’s Special Collections are an easy way to give your students access to a large variety of interesting, age-appropriate books at any level.
Come join the monthly Bookshare Book Club discussions on Zoom for teens and adults. September’s book for teens is “Warcross” and adults will discuss “The Vanishing Half.” Everyone is welcome!
Disability rights icon Judy Heumann shares her vision for accessible technology, advice for self-advocacy, and tips for leading inclusively.