Read Aloud LinksE.B. White Read Aloud Award
A web-based literacy program aimed at helping boys find stuff to read
Leading to Reading
Early literacy hints and age appropriate book suggestions are presented in 61 monthly cards.
Children’s author and promoter of reading aloud
The National Council of Teachers of English “Reading Together” article
“Read Aloud Books Too Good To Miss”
from the Association for Indiana Media Educators
Tales Told Tall – Michael Sullivan
Neil Gaiman: Why our future depends on libraries, reading and daydreaming
Grant OpportunitiesLiteracy Empowerment Foundation – Matching Book Grants
First Book National Book Bank – Free Books to Children in Need
Dollar General – Family and Youth Literacy Grants
Barbara Bush Foundation – Family Literacy Grants
Target – Local Store Grants for Schools, Libraries and Public Agencies
Starbucks Foundation – Arts & Literacy Grants
Afterschool Program ResourcesThe Nebraska Library Commission
21st Century Community Learning Centers Partner Spotlight features Nebraska organizations that have demonstrated a commitment to working with afterschool program leaders and staff to accomplish program goals. The Nebraska Library Commission was featured November 2017.
International Literacy Association and National Council of Teachers of English
Make the most of reading aloud, from fun activities to suggested books, we’ve got your out-of-school time covered.
SEDL National Center for Quality Afterschool
Afterschool Training Toolkit
You for Youth
U.S. Department of Education website with resources specifically for afterschool and summer programs.