Check out two awesome recommendations from our Librarians of the Day below. I like the book, Everyone Loves Bacon by Kelly Dipucchio because I personally LOVE bacon and it's easy to read. I think it is just a nice story. The pictures look like a cartoon and I like cartoons. It is a book about a... Continue Reading →

Librarian of the Day -Sophia Ramirez

Hi! I'm Librarian of the Day. Do you like books? I love books! I can read a 300 page book in one week! By the way, I'm book worm. My favorite genre of book is horror!                           -Sophia Ramirez 2B  

Celebrating Black History Month

In the Primary Learning Center, 2nd grade practiced their researching skills by using the library databases to learn about some famous African Americans. Frederick Douglass, Harriet Tubman, Louis Armstrong, and Jackie Robinson were just a few of the wonderful people second grade were introduced to. I really enjoyed teaching these lessons just as much as... Continue Reading →

The Giving Tree

To begin the Holiday season, the first and second graders listened to the story of The Giving Tree by Shel Silverstein. The classes talked about what they are thankful for and what they can give to others this Holiday season. I was completely taken aback when I realized how kind, generous, and loving our students are.... Continue Reading →

Hey, Pumpkin!

  Are you ready for Halloween?! If your answer is no, then don't worry you have lots of company. If you're running low on some pumpkin carving ideas, consider getting inspiration from your favorite book! Here are a few ways you can decorate or carve your pumpkins this year.     Do you love fairy... Continue Reading →

First Classes in the Primary Learning Center

Hoooorawr for Kindergarten!! The kindergarteners participated in library tradition by being introduced to the Library Lion. They listened to the story, Library Lion by Michelle Knudsen, and talked about how they should act in a library based on what they learned from the book. Each of them took a ferociously adorable picture with the lion, as well as... Continue Reading →

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