Resources in the NRICH Lending Library
Resources are available for students and families in the New Richmond, Wisconsin, area. We are not able to mail resources out. Please contact Dr. Judie if you have any questions about available resources at firstname.lastname@example.org.
There are hundreds of books for all reading levels and interests available for students to check out from the NRICH lending library. Reading should be enjoyable so there will be no tests to take when done reading - be sure to have a chance to discuss the books with your child because good readers get better by talking about what they read.
It is important to read informational text and non-fiction books, as well as fiction. These books appeal to students' interests and can significantly increase subject-specific knowledge and vocabulary. There are hundreds of non-fiction and informational texts available for reading during sessions and for checking out.
Books for Grades 5-12+
Young Adult and middle level books available on a variety of topics.
Books for Parents/Guardians
Parents and guardians may like to check out some of the resources on learning and child development.
Culture Kits for more than 50 different cultures or countries are available for students to use for school projects or for area teachers to check out for their classroom. Learn about cultures around the world by exploring everyday objects that may be similar or different from your own culture.
History Kits are also available for students and teachers. There are kits relating to the Native American Imagery, Revolutionary War, Writing the U.S. Constitution, Pioneer Life, the US Civil War and Slavery, Immigration, Transportation, Mystery Objects from the Past, Dolls from Around the World, as well as Wisconsin Past, Wisconsin Wildlife, and Wisconsin Agriculture. A lock-box activity kit can be adapted for many subjects.
Resources may be checked out for up to 2 weeks.