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Monthly Archives: November 2012
Many libraries have a movie license to show films at library programs. Here are some ways to add movie showings to library programs to get the most benefit from the money spent for your movie license. Some of these ideas … Continue reading
Gale, Eric Kahn. The Bully Book. Fic. Roaring Brook, 2012. 240p. $16.99. 978-0-06-212511-8. OUTSTANDING. GRADES 4-8. Bullying is a hot topic in schools and society today, so it is no surprise to see yet another story involving the topic. What … Continue reading
The end-of-the-year “Best” lists are starting to roll out. Here are two lists of Best Children’s Books, from Kirkus Reviews and from Publishers’ Weekly. See the Kirkus Reviews’ list of Best Children’s Books of 2012 – they chose 100 books: … Continue reading
It is not to early to start planning your 2013 summer library programs! Please find updates on the 2013 California statewide summer reading program, “Reading Is So Delicious!” Programming ideas and more! All of the PowerPoints and handouts from the … Continue reading
Isaacs, Kathleen T. Picturing the World: Informational Picture Books for Children. Non-fic. American Library Assn. 2012. 206p. PB $50.00. 978-0-083891126-6. OUTSTANDING. PROFESSIONAL READING. Libraries preparing for the “Common Core” emphasis on nonfiction will find this survey of informational picture-books invaluable. … Continue reading
Art of Ezra Jack Keats at Contemporary Jewish Museum The Contemporary Jewish Museum (CJM) presents The Snowy Day and the Art of Ezra Jack Keats, the first major United States exhibition to pay tribute to award-winning author and illustrator Ezra … Continue reading