See if any of these books would be of use to you:
CORE COLLECTION FOR CHILDREN AND YOUNG ADULTS. Presents the best in contemporary and classic literature. More than 350 titles are reviewed.
STORYTIME MAGIC: 400 fingerplays, flannelboards, and other activities. 17 themes, including Around the World, Fairy Tales, Bugs and Insects, Transportation
MORE FAMILY STORYTIMES: twenty-four creative programs for all ages. Features stoies, fingerplays, songs, and movement activiities.
START TO FINISH YA PROGAMS. 25 creative and innovative teen programs.
ON BEING A TEACHER - a fervent and provocative assessment of the role of the teacher in America's schools.
BRIGHT BEGINNINGS FOR BOYS: engaging young boys in active literacy.
IF YOU GIVE A TEACHER A BOOK: using picture books to teach the traits of writing (ideas, organization, word choice, sentence fluency, voice, conventions, and presentation)
THE OBAMA EDUCATION PLAN: an Education Week guide. Education Week has been published for over 25 years.
WHOSE TALE IS TRUE? Short, biographical readers theatre plays of 49 amazing American women. It requires the students to use their critical thinking, listening, and research skills to determine which of three tales is true. The plays feature women from the 18th, 19th, and 20th centuries, including minority group representatives.
FREEDOM FROM MELTDOWNS: solutions for children with autism.
DVD: ON THE SPECTRUM: coping with Asperger's and Autism. 61 minutes.