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Teaching and Learning

This guide is starting point for all students majoring in or taking classes within the School of Teaching & Learning. This guide will help you with all aspects of your projects and research.

At Milner

While the children and young adult e-books available through Milner are quite limited, you can find those that are available using a genre-focused advanced search. These searches are linked below. All of the books included allow an unlimited number of people to be reading the same e-book at the same time. For the resources returned, explore the information provided, as some of the books are appropriate for children while others for more mature high school students. 

Example Milner e-books

Baby's First Words
A Boy Like You
Crown : an ode to the fresh cut
Danza!
Funny Bones
The Girl Who Drank the Moon
The Lie Tree
Naondel
Surviving the City
Sugar and Snails
The Princess and the Warrior
Separate Is Never Equal
This Land Is Our Land
Tomboy
I, Claudia
Trombone Shorty
Gay and Lesbian History for Kids
Tooth by Tooth

Your Local Public/School Library

This section of the guide outlines places to look for freely available children's e-books. I recommend checking your local public (or school) library's collection of children's e-books first, because they often have a large collection of some of the best titles. e-books that can be made freely available online are often limited due to copyright restrictions. 

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Teaching and Learning Librarian

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Caitlin Stewart
Contact:
Milner Library: Office 614C
(309) 438 - 3442
Website

Websites - Free Children's e-books