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    Find your next book Ages 0-14 Recommendations from NYPL children's collections specialist Betsy Bird #TeachNYPL #Reading

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    • B. Maggie Foster

      Infographs are awesome. I love the visual display. And this one is superb for those who can't figure out what to get their child to read. Ask a Librarian: Find the Right Book for Your Child | Articles | Noodle


      FIND YOUR NEXT BOOK infographic from celebrity librarian, Betsy Bird! This very cool book list includes several titles I have reviewed on my blog,, like DIGGER, DUMPER, DOZER, PLUTO'S SECRET, DONNER DINNER PARTY, PRIMATES and ESCAPE FROM MR LEMONCELLO'S LIBRARY.

    • Julia Nyhuis

      For Marty's class reading: Cute infographic on choosing from some of the top children's books of 2013

    • Kevin Holtsberry

      To help you find the right books for your child, Noodle teamed up with the New York Public Library’s Youth Materials Collections Specialist, Betsy Bird, to bring you the best children’s books of 2013 for every age group.

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      Find your next book Ages 0-14 Recommendations from NYPL children's collections specialist Betsy Bird #TeachNYPL #Reading

    • Juliet Kendall

      I like the concept behind this - but don't recognise the titles - would be interesting to do with children's literature that is read in Britain.#TeachNYPL #Reading NEW Fiction & Nonfiction: Find your next book Ages 0-14 Recommendations from NYPL children's collections specialist Betsy Bird

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      NYPL's Youth Materials Collection Specialist teamed up with Noodle to create a flowchart to help you find the right book for your child. For additional suggestions and reading recommendations visit any FCPL branch to speak with a librarian.

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      NatlBookMonth_allAges library idea next book quiz

    • Missy Steiner

      Find Your Next Children's Book Infographic

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