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Also consult General Resource for Online Teaching, which covers other important resources, e.g. textbooks available through library subscription databases.
CSU Affordable Learning Solutions
Internet Archive / Open Library
The Internet Archive and its Open Library project provide controlled digital lending access to copies of a substantial number of juvenile and young adult literature titles. (Note that the Internet Archive generally doesn't provide access to titles less than five years old.) Books can be borrowed for one hour or 14 days, depending on the number of copies stored in the IA physical collection. Borrowing a copy of a book requires signing up for an Internet Archive account. Access available for authorized print disabled patrons. Here are several ways to begin to explore what is available.
K-12 Student Library "a School Library designed for a K-12 audience"
1,000 Black Girl Books - currently 308 titles
Boston Public Library Jordan Collection - picture books, fiction, non-fiction, toy and moveable books from the infant to the teen level from the 19th century to the present day.
Several publishers recently filed a lawsuit against the Internet Archive and their practice of controlled digital lending. See here for the Internet Archive's response.
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