Ask your local librarian! School or public librarian---even small public libraries have a staffer dedicated to children and youth services. They have a lot
of experience with just that very topic.
And my immediate free advice: they can ‘just Google it.’ But then make them look in a database with actual articles from magazines and talk about sources and
authority and bias.
Best choice in VA is Find It Virginia --
It has stuff appropriate for kids or all levels and for adults, too.
I’m a new coach, but a librarian for nearly 30 years. ;-)
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