Our Speaker: 

Pam Evans received her MLIS from San Jose State University in 1996 and has spent her entire career working in different types of libraries. She worked as a law librarian for 12 years, as the Bowman school librarian for 7 years, and has always been a storyteller. She is now in her third year as a Youth Services Librarian at the Redwood City Public Library. She manages the storytime programs, purchases fiction for the children's collection, runs STEAM at the Library programs and other tasks as needed.

Finding Me: Diverse Books for a Diverse Classroom

with Pam Evans

Tuesday, April 5, 2022

7:00-8:30PM PST

Modern Children's Literature provides a wealth of opportunities to add books celebrating diversity, equity and inclusion to your classroom. Join us for a discussion about what kind of material is available, how to find it, how to incorporate it into your teaching and a list of suggestions for ages 3-6, 6-9, 9-12.

This is a virtual workshop. It will take place over Zoom. This workshop is free to all BAMA members, including any staff, parents, and administrators covered under their school's Group Membership. Your membership must be paid and current to attend the workshop.

​RSVPs close on Monday, April 4 at 9:00 am PST. You will receive an email to the link and password to the Zoom meeting. ​Don't have Zoom? Download it here.

*NOTE* RSVP form is not your BAMA registration form. To become a BAMA member, click here.​