In 2019, the American Library Association (ALA) is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Coretta Scott King Book Award. Given annually, the awards serve as a guide for parents, librarians and caregivers, for the most outstanding books for youth by African American authors and illustrators that affirm African American culture and universal human values. Join us to learn about the award’s illustrious history and practical and effective ways to use Coretta Scott King Award-winning books at your library.
Presenter: Alan Bailey, Associate Professor & Head of Services, Teaching Resources Center, East Carolina University and Chair, Coretta Scott King Book Awards Committee.
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