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AAP. "Media Education." Pediatrics 104.2 (1999): 341-343.
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Abram, S. (2013). Makerspaces in Libraries, Education, and Beyond. Internet@Schools, 20(2), 18-20.
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Banaszewski, Tom. "Digital Storytelling Finds Its Place in the Classroom." Multimedia and Internet @ Schools. Jan, 2002.
Bane, R. (2010). Let's Pretend: 50 Start-to-Finish Preschooler Programs for the Busy Librarian That Foster Imagination. New York: Neal-Schuman.
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Bartleman, James K. “Libraries and the First Nations People of Canada.” IFLA Journal 34.4 (2008): 337-340.
Barniskis, Shannon Crawford. Embedded, Participatory Research: Creating a Grounded Theory with Teenagers. //Evidence Based Library and Information Practice//, 2013 (8.1) 47-58.
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Bayer, Olga. “A Partnership for Success: The Jacksonville Public Library and University of North Florida Summer Tutoring Program.” SLJ.com. School Library Journal, 14 Oct. 2013. Web. 18 Nov. 2013.
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Beschorner, Beth, and Amy Hutchison. "iPads as a Literacy Teaching Tool in Early Childhood." Online Submission (January 1, 2013).
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