Teacher Resources

An important objective of The Green Meadow Library is exposing our students to classic literature, intertwined with current literature that reflects the ever-changing world around us.  This includes award-winning books, and books that reflect and honor a variety of cultural and life experiences in an authentic and accurate way, so students can see themselves represented in books, and learn about the world from different perspectives.
Positivity Post for the month of November:

Click on the link below to see a video about a woman in Japan who has used her pension for over 20 years to create a library in her house open to the public!

Please click below for video and article links that discuss the importance of exposing students to diverse literature:
https://youtu.be/mrrh0G-OkBw  *please ignore the request for donations at the end of the video:)"


Great resources to stay up-to-date on new and noteworthy diverse literature:
Websites:                                       Blogs:
-We Need Diverse Literature                 -Disability in Kidlit
-National Education Association          -Reading While White
-Multicultural Children's Book Day     -Book Dragon (Smithsonian Asian
-Children's Book Council                          Pacific American Center)
-Anti-Defamation League                      -Elizabeth Bluemle
-Teaching Tolerance                                 -The Barefoot Mommy
-Jane Addams Peace
-Reading is Fundamental
-Diverse book finder 
Finding Books in The Green Meadow Library
*Please click below for a short video on using Destiny Quest to find leveled readers and new arrivals in the library:


This section will be updated periodically when new and noteworthy materials are added to our library.  
Coming Soon:
-Lesson links for books new to the library