Book Share

Considering the probable confusion and anxiety our students are feeling in our current circumstances, I immediately think of books! (No surprise for those of you who know me…)

For young children who might be feeling scared or anxious, consider The Rabbit Listened by Cori Doerrfeld and I’m Worried by Michael Ian Black. For those a little older, I Am Peace by Susan Verde and What Do You Do With a Problem? by Kobi Yamada come to mind.

With teachers being apart from students, and students apart from friends, you may consider using The Invisible String by Patrice Karst reminding us that we are connected even at a distance.

There is also a new book from a favourite series: The Princess in Black and the Case of the Coronavirus. The online snippets I have seen are incredibly timely.

What books have you used with your students during distance learning? Any ideas for older students? Please share your suggestions. I’d love to add to my list!

4 thoughts on Book Share

  1. Hi Karen,

    Thank you for sharing these book titles. I will definitely be incorporating them into my lessons.

    Hope you are doing well


  2. We are really enjoying the Little People, Big Dreams series of biographies. Usually the individuals face and overcome great obstacles reminding us to not only persevere, but also the importance of pursuing our passions and interests.

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