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Disseminating The Service Learning Bookshelf

The Service Learning BookshelfIn 2000-2002, thanks to a grant from the Corporation for National and Community Service through the Learn and Serve America Program, author Cathryn Berger Kaye was able to distribute 500 copies of the Service Learning Bookshelf: A Bibliography of Fiction and Nonfiction to Inspire Student Learning and Action to 21 CSU colleges of education. The Service Learning Bookshelf provides descriptions of over 170 nonfiction books, picture books and novels that can enhance service-learning activities in K-12 settings. The book has been a valuable resource for CSU student teachers and new teachers (CSU alumni) that are working to implement service-learning projects in their classrooms.

Visit The Service Learning Bookshelf website for more information, or contact Cathryn Berger Kaye at cbkaye@aol.com

"At last there is a handy compendium of literature teachers can use to enhance their students’ service learning. Divided by topic and grade level, annotated, and enriched with author interviews, this publication is a valuable contribution to the burgeoning field of service learning."

— Joe Follman, Executive Director, Florida Learn and Serve

 

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Last Updated: April 29, 2008