Monthly Archives: May 2012

Where The Wild Things Are

Maurice Sendak, one of the most important children’s authors of the 20th century, dies at 83.

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Did You Know…?

…That ┬áH.A. and Margaret Rey were both Jewish and of German birth. Just before the Germans invaded Paris (where they were living in 1940), H.A. assembled two bicycles and he and his wife fled Paris only a few hours before … Continue reading

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Harry, The Dirty Dog

Part of being a librarian is the constant upkeep and weeding of books. It’s always sad when a book that’s become an old friend either falls apart or is lost. We don’t always have the money to replace each book, … Continue reading

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Grand Prize Winner!

And here is Ryan in K5 who was the winner of our all-school raffle. All the raffle money goes directly to the library and helps boost our library budget. Ryan won a cowboy hat full of candy and other goodies. … Continue reading

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Spring Book Fair!

This week Home and School sponsored the Buy-One, Get-One-Free Book Fair from Scholastic. This was a great opportunity for students to purchase books for summer reading. It was a whirlwind two days of classes and parents coming in to shop … Continue reading

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