Campbell Naidoo, Jamie
October 2015
Library Sparks;Oct2015, Vol. 13 Issue 2, p15
The article discusses how librarians can provide multicultural literacy programs to children through digital media. A resource librarians can use to combine children's literature and digital media is the website Little eLit, which enables librarians to develop digital storytimes. It is explained that cultural literacy can be promoted by describing common experiences of children such as losing a tooth, learning to play musical instruments and telling stories about superheroes.


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