Teaching Resources

Student reading outside Lassen Hall

In tandem with developing a shared reading and conversational experience for students, the One Book Program also encourages a collaborative teaching community. Learn more about the themes and experiences described in the book.

For resources that go beyond the book, including discussion questions, classroom resources, links, and cultural resources, please contact onebook@csus.edu

If you create an assignment that proves to be effective for your class and would like to share it, please send it to onebook@csus.edu. We'll post it among the resources below!

For FYS instructors, please check your SacCT Instructor Source Page for the First Year Seminar Teaching Resource: The Other Wes Moore.

Other Links and Resources

Here are a few links to get you started in developing your classes and lesson plans. If you come across other helpful links, please send them to onebook@csus.edu so that we can add them to the list!


Resources available at the University Library
  • Library Information and Resource Guide will be available soon
  • Multiple copies of the One Book are available through the University Library.

For more information

The following sites contain further information. The One Book Program does not necessarily endorse, support, or disagree with any of the sites included below. They are provided only as a point of departure for your own research as you prepare your classes.

Author's Page



The Other Wes Moore is available in accessible formats. Please contact the High Tech Center of Services to Students with Disabilities (SSWD) at 916-278-7915. Please note that SSWD is only able to give access to alternative media for the One Book under certain conditions. Students must be registered with SSWD and be approved for alternative media accommodations at the High Tech Center. The One Book must required reading material and the student will need to provide proof of purchase. For more information, please contact SSWD at sswd@csus.edu or (916) 278-6955 or (916) 278-7239 (TTY) for assistance.

The One Book is also available through the University Library. You may also purchase the book at the Hornet Bookstore and through major booksellers.