Be The Change Continues to Inspire

Satterthwaite, Amy
May 2007
Teaching Librarian;2007, Vol. 14 Issue 3, p12
The article offers information on Be the Change, a curriculum project by the Ontario School Library Association. The project aims to assist teacher-librarians in meeting the diverse needs of their students. It was created to support students in becoming more aware of themselves as global citizens. In 2007, a fourth book was added to the project, entitled "The Heaven Shop."


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