Help Us Celebrate CSK Award Winners!

Elementary students award Kwame Alexander their own medal for distinguished writing. Photo credit: Susan Polos

Call for Submissions for the CSK Blog

The CSK Technology Committee would like to hear from you. As we count down to our 50th anniversary celebration in Washington D.C., we would like to feature the many ways our community uses and engages with CSK award-winning books in their libraries. Our goal is to feature as many CSK Award-winning books on the blog from now until our big celebration.

Are you a school librarian who uses CSK winning titles in innovative lessons? Are you a public librarian using CSK winning titles for programs or storytimes? Do you have a connection to, a cool story about, or a unique artifact of, a CSK award winner? Whether you would like to write your submission or be interviewed about your work by a member of the technology committee, please contact us at csktechcommittee@gmail.com today! Be sure to include the CSK award-winner that will be highlighted in the post. Additionally, if you have ideas on how we can feature older award-winnrs, we would love to hear about that, too.

 

Maegen Rose works as a middle school librarian at Rye Country Day School in Rye, NY. She is a member of the CSK Book Award Technology Committee.