Keeping Readers Engaged and Connected with the Rivera Book Award
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The Rivera Book Award was founded in 1995 at Texas State University to recognize exemplary, authentic Mexican-American literature for youth. Now celebrating its 25th year, the award has recognized dozens of titles and has engaged readers in various formats. Attendees will learn about the award, how to access online resources for the award-winning titles using TeachingBooks, a children’s book resource database, and will learn how one middle school used Flipgrid to create short videos that highlighted a section of award winner “They Call me Guero”.