This year we hosted a “Read Around the World” program. Participants were given a passport with seven pages: one for each continent. From there we helped them pack their (book) bags and set off on an adventure around the world! Students chose books that related to each continent through setting, character, history, or culture. After they finished each book and wrote a brief review, I … Continue reading Read Around the World
We had some fun in the library this April Fool’s Day. First we created an upside down display of humor books, which we will leave up through the month of April. Second, we turned every title in the mystery section backwards, but a child with OCD tendencies turned them back around before 2nd period. That prank was a bust! Third, we set out a foil covered … Continue reading April Fool’s!