Website offers ways teachers can connect students to nonfiction

07/14/2013 | KQED.org

Selecting a nonfiction book that offers a compelling story along with knowledge is one way to make nonfiction books appeal to students, children's author Vicki Cobb says. Cobb has created a website called iNK Think Tank, which offers a list of award-winning children's nonfiction books for all ages and offers teachers and students a way to connect with the authors through videoconferencing during the school year.

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