Delivering Infinite Book Shelves (DIBS) for Kids

Dewey’s Book Club and Community Reading

Here at DIBS for Kids we love finding new and exciting ways to deliver books to students. One of the things we support teachers to do is create classroom culture around reading with the hope that the love of reading will transfer to the home. Enter: Dewey’s Book Club.

The Power of Choice and Home-Run Books

Allowing children to make their own decisions fosters a passion that just isn't attainable through mandated reading. At DIBS for Kids, we value the power of choice and we strive to provide "home-run books" for all our students. Home-run books are the books that kids want to read over and over again. This idea of high-interest books stems from one DIBS student.

Should my child be reading this? Tips for addressing challenging topics in children’s books

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A Reflection of Me: El Día de los Niños

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A Reflection of Me: More Than A Disability

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A Reflection of Me: Finding the Black Panther in Children’s Books

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A Reflection of Me: What is book diversity, anyway?

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