Tuesday, July 9, 2013

Teacher Created Resources Books

Before I became a Media Specialist, I taught for five years in a computer lab.  I bought probably 20 books from TCR in those 5 years.  I got the ebook versions and still refer to them from time to time.  I am sure they have been updated since 2006, but I can still find something relevant to use.  Here are some of my favorites:

304 pages, $18.02 on Amazon
Available in standard book, ebook, or enhanced ebook ($29.99)


   
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both are 144 pages, the first is $12.47 on Amazon and the second is $15.08 on Amazon
Available in standard book, ebook, or enhanced ebook ($21.99)

144 pages
Currently not for sale  as new, but you can get it used on Amazon.  
This was one of my favorites.

80 pages, buy it used on Amazon.

96 pages, $14.99 for standard ebook, $19.99 for enhanced ebook

144 pages, $15.99 for ebook, $20.99 for enhanced ebook

  
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both are 96 pages, the first is $11.69 on Amazon
and the second is $13.11 on Amazon
Available in standard book, ebook, or enhanced ebook ($19.99)

144 pages, standard ebook $14.99, enhanced ebook $20.99
Or get it used on Amazon.

I actually got a Teacher Created Resources catalog in the mail yesterday, flipped through it and found some good stuff I might could use.  Here are some of the books I've been looking at online: 

96 pages, $12.79 standard book on Amazon
$13.99 ebook, $18.99 enhanced ebook

144 pages, $14.60 on Amazon
Available in standard book, ebook, or enhanced ebook ($23.99)

   

   
112 pages each, $14.99
Available in standard book, ebook, or enhanced ebook ($19.99)


96 pages, standard ebook $18.99, enhanced ebook $23.99

80 pages, $12.81 on Amazon
Available in standard book, ebook, or enhanced ebook ($19.99)

96 pages, $13.20 on Amazon
Available in standard book, ebook, or enhanced ebook ($19.99)

144 pages, ebook $19.99, enhanced ebook $24.99

You can find the difference between the standard ebook and enhanced ebook here.

What are some resource books you refer to for your library/media lessons?

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