Monthly Archives: December 2014

MERRY CHRISTMAS!

What do eighth grade boys do in the library the day before Christmas vacation?         And if you are Lydia? You try to ignore them and get your work done!      

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Hurray for the BIRTHDAY BOOK CLUB!

Last week I displayed some of the new books we have added to our collection recently and one of those books was a birthday book donated to us by Joseph. Here he is holding Hook’s Revenge by Heidi Schulz. Thank … Continue reading

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Kit Carson: Mountain Man

  Wow, twice in one month-here is Patrick with another Hidden Treasure! This time Patrick read Kit Carson, Mountain Man by Margaret E. Bell. Patrick told me the story of Kit Carson while we discussed the book together and it … Continue reading

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NEW BOOKS!

St. Eugene library has been receiving a steady supply of new books arriving weekly. Our last shipment had books for all ages and interests and I thought I’d share some of them with you! Oliver Jeffers is a delightful author whose … Continue reading

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‘TIS THE SEASON…

for another HIDDEN TREASURE reader! Patrick read Fourth Grade Rats by Jerry Spinelli. Patrick just finished this story of a boy called Suds who is trying to learn how to be a fourth grade rat from his friend, Joey. Instead he learns what it … Continue reading

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HO HO HO ST. EUGENE STUDENTS!

I will give a small prize (see above) to the first student who tells me what is special about the library blog this month….

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Hidden Treasure!

Tesse recently read, and is holding, one of the best “hidden treasures” in our school library-Little Women by Louisa May Alcott. How I loved this book of The four March sisters: Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy, who grew up during the … Continue reading

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