Learn about the impact notable author and professor Dr. Alma Flor Ada has had on early bilingual learners. This virtual exhibit showcases ephemera made by students in response to Alma Flor Ada’s work. Over the course of her long career, she has inspired and touched countless lives. This exhibit highlights letters and artwork created in response to three of her novels and her visits to various classrooms. All items in this exhibit were donated by Alma Flor Ada from her private collection to the Reinberger Children’s Library Center at Kent State University.
Find out what Dr. Ada has to say about others teaching from her work at the end of this exhibit. Project by: Sarah Bihn (Reinberger Student Worker).
This series was launched by the RCLC at Kent State University School of Information. It features videos of children reviewing their favorite reads, or highly rated children’s books of their choosing.
These unscripted and fun-filled videos will be a great way to celebrate the joy of reading. We will hear directly from children about why they love certain books and what these stories mean to them. This project will also be an excellent way to partner with libraries, nonprofits, and other organizations in our community.
In this virtual exhibit, view some of the original art donated by renowned illustrators to the Reinberger Children’s Library Center. Currently, featured illustrators include Chris Raschka, Rosemary Wells, Lois Lenski and Floyd Cooper.