PICTURE BOOK MONTH

November 2021

Curriculum Materials Center

David & Lorraine Cheng Library

William Paterson University

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Picture Book Month is an international literacy initiative founded by Dianne de Las Casa (author & storyteller). Picture books teach empathy and relate to human experiences using short focuses and can be integrated as an introduction to lessons in all K-12 subject areas. a teacher's guide and more information can be found at https://picturebookmonth.com/.

Lesson Plan Online Resources/Book Lists

Celebrate Picture Book Month with STEM In celebration of Picture Book Month this November, Science Books & Films provides a select bibliography of STEM picture books, including some outstanding science picture books from the past few years and a few old-time favorites.


Children's Book Week Check out all of our free resources and ideas for Children’s Book Week.


Create a Picture Book Using the Community Club stories as models, students create their own Community Worker picture books by reading about and interviewing a worker in their neighborhood (Grades 1-5).


Dozens of Picture Book Activities for Popular Children’s Books Picture book activities, crafts, journal pages to use with primary grades in this blog.


Read Write Think Using picture books to teach plot development and conflict resolution in Grades 3-5.


Teaching with Picture Books Lesson plans and teaching resources for the K-6 Classroom.



Curriculum Materials Center Book Lists Here are a few of the bibliographies found on this page in grades PreK-12.


Alphabet Books

Character Education

Community Resources

Family Literature

Financial Literacy

Music Literature

Native American Resources

Stem Literacy Kits

Spanish Language Children's Books

Wordless Books

These Picture Books are available in the Curriculum Materials Center

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