[aisle] stress buster/"comfort books"??

Amy Phillips aebromberg at gmail.com
Wed Nov 11 15:40:08 CST 2020

I saw this come up on my Twitter feed today, which might give you some
ideas: https://bookriot.com/comforting-books/

Amy Phillips
Riverside Brookfield High School
Library Media Specialist
aebromberg at gmail.com
phillipsa at rbhs208.net

On Wed, Nov 11, 2020 at 3:36 PM Leslie Forsman via AISLE <
aisle at list.railslibraries.info> wrote:

> I was asked today to consider preparing a 45 (?) minute book talk for our
> junior/senior high students about books to help them deal with stress.  I
> call them comfort books (think comfort foods)---who do your students (or
> you) turn to for stress busting?
> I have a list of possible resiliency building books, but I'm not sure if
> that's quite the angle I want to take. Right now I am open to all ideas.
> I think I have a week or so to gather thoughts.
> Thank you for any suggestions you care to share.
> --
> *Leslie Forsman*
> *Pre-K through12th grade Librarian*
> *Education to Careers Instructor*
> *Quest Instructor*
> *Triopia CUSD #27*
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> *lforsman at triopiacusd27.org <lforsman at triopiacusd27.org>*
> *"Hey, you live where the books are!" *
> *(from a preK student who saw me outside of school).*
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