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Zoo Breath Graham Salisbury pages. Maya's Blanket Monica Brown 32 pages. Eventually we'll send a letter craft home with them, but our budget was frozen this fall, so we're on a shoestring. Miss A also includes a half-sheet with some tips for parents of children who are learning to read. Reading Rockets and Productive Parenting are great sources for tips and activities! We had 15 kiddos for both the first and second weeks of the program, which is a nice number for us.
I'm especially pleased to see such good attendance for a program that is 1 new and 2 aimed at a slightly higher age group. Do you do a storytime for beginning readers at your library? What has worked for you?
Friday, September 13, Counting by 7s Blog Tour. I'm so excited to be a part of this blog tour with some other fantastic bloggers! Willow Chance is a twelve-year-old genius, obsessed with nature and diagnosing medical conditions, who finds it comforting to count by 7s. It has never been easy for her to connect with anyone other than her adoptive parents, but that hasn't kept her from leading a quietly happy life.
Suddenly Willow's world is tragically changed when her parents both die in a car crash, leaving her alone in a baffling world. This extraordinarily odd, but extraordinarily endearing, girl manages to push through her grief. Her journey to find a fascinatingly diverse and fully believable surrogate family is a joy and a revelation to read. And just as Willow counts by 7s in the book, Holly Goldberg Sloane is counting by 7s in this blog tour!
She's sharing 7s - from her seven favorite books to seven things her fridge can't do without - around the blogosphere. For more of Holly's lists, make sure you check out the other tour blogs listed below.
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And now for today's list! Bike lanes where there are now freeways 2. Showers and bathrooms and drinking water for everyone in the world 3. Pets that can talk to you 4. A single cure pill to take when you are diagnosed with cancer 5. Shoes that allow you to jump ten feet off the ground 6. Trips to Mars on weekends. About Holly Goldberg Sloan: To Read, or Not To Read. So, don't miss this book. And if you read it, join the conversation on Twitter with the hashtag CountingBy7s. And feel free to share your own 7s in the comments below. Thursday, September 12, Storytime: Our Fall programming season is upon us!
Last week, I had a class from a local preschool visit the library for an All About Me storytime. All About Me is one of those themes that pops up in the fall every year and it's sort of ambiguous. There's a lot that can fit into this theme and it's easy to be overwhelmed. I decided to talk about where we live, our bodies, and our families. Here's what we did: You turn around and discover that this is the first Day in the Life that I've done all year. Well, it's high time!
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And Tuesday, September 3 was the perfect day to do it. Here's how my day went: We use the same format every week , but I was a bit tired of the same old things, so now I have to ignore my autopilot and pay attention to our new plans. If you have a craft table, do you take it down when you know a large group will be coming in? Or does that make me Mean Librarian? Popper's Penguins for one of our local teachers and email her with what I find. We have 4 kids, three of whom are new faces. We're actually much quieter than I expected on our first storytime day, but I suspect that the long weekend has thrown everyone's morning schedules off a bit.
I chat with one of my new employees about the Success by 6 Action Team and Conscious Discipline, which our school system is using this year. Miss A comes in at 12 and is back from almost a week of vacation, so we chat about school collections, etc. Then I meet with one of our local historians about a Bicentennial project we're helping with. On Friday, a local pre-K class is coming in for storytime and I pull together the stuff I need.
This week is jam-packed, so I'm taking advantage of every spare minute! It's our very first beginning readers' storytime and Miss A has planned it. Since Miss A is new to our staff and new to storytime, I'm helping out with the first one. I greet people and get out the nametags for them before we open up the doors to the program room.
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I'll definitely have a blog post up with more about what we did. Afterwards, I spend a little time giving Miss A some feedback and helping her clean up. Yesterday, I was over at the ALSC Blog talking about how we've brought monthly booktalks to the fourth graders at one of our elementary schools, taking just 15 minutes a month of their literacy time! Feb 10, Jennie rated it really liked it Shelves: Second grader, Tiger Turcotte, anxiously worries about a test he will be given at school. However, the real problem begins when Tiger is not sure which racial bubble to fill out — is he Black, Hispanic or Native American?
This is a great little story, and something I think a lot of children can relate to in an increasingly diverse world. It highlights the importance of inclusive school Second grader, Tiger Turcotte, anxiously worries about a test he will be given at school.
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