Monthly Archives: February 2014

Shopping at the Library Bookstore

Most of you already know that we have a tiny bookstore in our library. Anyone is welcome to come on in and purchase a new or very gently used book which range in price from $.50 to $4.00. Parents and … Continue reading

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Hidden Treasure Reader!

Ahoy, Matey! We haven’t had a Hidden Treasure Reader for awhile, but recently Inge read Babe, The Gallant Pig by Dick King-Smith. Inge told me she rates this book four stars; she really loved it. Written in 1983, this lovely story … Continue reading

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BIRTHDAY BOOK CLUB BOYS!

  Ryan has donated a wonderful new copy of the book, Just So Stories by Rudyard Kipling, and Michael has given us The Flavors of Wisconsin for Kids by Terese Allen and Bobbie Malone. Both books are great additions to our … Continue reading

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Mary Kate’s Book Review

Hiding out at the Pancake Palace by Nan Marino is a terrific new book for middle school readers! Mary Kate enjoyed this book so much that she decided to become a book reviewer to let others know just how good … Continue reading

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Happy Birthday, Carlos!

Carlos donated Constable and Toop by Gareth P. Jones, a new mystery for the middle school shelves! Constable and Toop is a dark, funny, adventure and ghost story all rolled in one and set in Victorian London. Sam Toop lives … Continue reading

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FIFTH GRADE SPINE POETRY, CONTINUED!

As I mentioned in the last post, all fifth graders who entered did a great job. We combined the judges votes and had to make some tough choices. Here are more entries! Andi Audrey Ben Carlos Jack J. Jeremy Jeremy … Continue reading

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FIFTH GRADE SPINE POETRY CONTEST

Spine poetry, those who follow this blog will remember, is simply taking titles of books and making free-verse poetry with them. The fifth grade worked really hard on their poems for two class periods, piling books and deciding what the … Continue reading

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How to Hide A Lion

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How To Hide A Lion by Helen Stephens is a fabulous new picture book! What is a little girl to do when a lion needs her protection? Full of witty artwork and perfectly placed prose,…

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How to Hide A Lion

How To Hide A Lion by Helen Stephens is a fabulous new picture book! What is a little girl to do when a lion needs her protection? Full of witty artwork and perfectly placed prose, this book was a big … Continue reading

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