• February 26, 2024

Library Books Create Safe Spaces For Students During The Pandemic : NPR

It’s been a year since teachers were given an unprecedented plea: educate students in a whole new way in the context of a global pandemic. In this series of comics, we’ll be illustrating a teacher story each week from now until the end of the school year.

Episode 6

Georgetown, Texas, librarian Emily Curtis and bus driver Edwin Steer discuss creating places of “peace and security” by delivering books to students who may not be in school.

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