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Cubberley Education Library news

Cover image of Sosu's call

"World Literature Today , the award-winning magazine of international literature and culture, today announced Meshack Asare as the winner of the prestigious 2015 NSK Neustadt Prize for Children’s Literature. Awarded in alternating years with the renowned Neustadt International Prize for Literature, the biennial NSK Prize recognizes great accomplishments in the world of children’s storytelling." (reported October 24, 2014)

Asare's books include Sosu's call, The brassmanʼs secret and Chipo and the bird on the hill : a tale of ancient Zimbabwe.  For other books of interest see Cubberley Library's list of Children's books with an African theme.

Cover image of Encyclopedia of educaional theory and philosophy

This week's new books included two works by Graduate School of Education faculty members.  Emeritus professor Denis C. Phillips has edited the Encyclopedia of educational theory and philosophy which covers a wide range of theories and ideas that have shaped education, while professor Linda Darling-Hammond is the co-author of Beyond the bubble test: how performance assessments support 21st century learning.

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Radioactive: Marie & Pierre Curie, a tale of love & fallout by Lauren Redniss which is part of Stanford's 2014 Three Books Program is available in Cubberley Library's Curriculum Collection.  Check out other books on science for children and young adults that are also part of this collection.