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Minitex News articles tagged with "Children's Literature" (7):


Libraries Serving Youth Meetup: #OwnVoices

Jun 15, 2020

This year's Libraries Serving Youth Meetup on June 15 included an author panel featuring four prominent Minnesota authors, a presentation from the Minnesota Department of Education on using data to better understand youth in your communities, and #OwnVoices book talks from Minnesota librarians. The event was moderated by Dr. Sarah Park Dahlen of St. Kate’s MLIS program and hosted on Zoom by the Minnesota Library Association.


90-Second Newbery Film Festival February 23

Feb 8, 2019

Kid Filmmakers Creatively Retell Great Books in 90 Seconds or Less!


Storytelling workshops September 15

Aug 21, 2018

Celebrate storytelling through workshops, coaching, and performances at Story Arts of Minnesota's Storytelling for Changing Times: a Storytelling Festival on September 15 at Normandale Community College.


Bring an author to your school!

Jul 24, 2018

State Library Services (SLS) presents the webinar, Bring an Author to Your School! on Friday, August 3 from 10:00-11:00 AM.


Minitex Staff at Minnesota eLearning Summit 2016

Jun 2, 2016

If you’re planning to attend the Minnesota eLearning Summit this year, be sure to catch Minitex staff at the conference!

Breakout Session

Deep Dive Into Digital Content: Minnesota Reflections Primary Source Sets


Minitex staff member Jennie Shaw selected to present poster session at Minnesota eLearning Summit

May 31, 2016

Jennie Shaw will be presenting a poster on a digital exhibit of the John Philip Borger Comic Book Collection  at the Minnesota eLearning Summit on July 27.


MLAC tidbits: Viking Adventure

Mar 3, 2016

Children’s literature is one of the most-requested genres from the holdings of the Minnesota Library Access Center. One particularly popular title is Clyde Robert Bulla’s Viking Adventure, the story of Sigurd - a young boy, raised for a rugged life, that does not initially understand all the lessons his father sets to him.