What do you think the “big little thing” might be?
Other books by Beatrice Alemagna that are available in our library.
Be sure to:
Color in your bookmark using colored pencils or pen. Do not use crayons.
Outline your images using a black fine line marker or Sharpie.
Shade in your background using a colored pencil.
Don’t forget to write your name and class on the back of your bookmark before turning it in to Ms. Pretz or Mrs. Notter during library class or recess.
Are we still practicing the 4W’s when we are in the library?
Yes, Yes and Yes!
Where do I go for library news and information?
Go to The Noisy Librarian Blog
Where do I go to look up titles, check my account, and hold information?
Go to Destiny Discover and Sign in with Google.
What do I need before checking out a book?
How many students can safely browse for a book in an aisle?
What is the maximum number of books I may check out?
How many days until my books are overdue?
When can I check out books?
Recess ( Grades 1-2 beginning September 23rd and Grades 3-5 beginning September 9th)
How many students are allowed to sign in during recess times?
Where do I return my library books?
Book Drop Box located outside of…the library, office, or second floor of the cafeteria building.
DO NOT put books in a Book Drop Box on library days. Bring your books with you for Mrs. Notter to check-in.
What is the maximum number of books I can put on hold?
When may I pick up books that I placed on hold?
After you receive a Google chat message from Ms. Pretz or Mrs. Notter, please come to the library to pick up your book.
You will not be able to access your teacher’s free EPIC account when you are off campus this summer, but if you would like to continue having access to EPIC’s 40,000 books, EPIC has a special summer offer!
Offer ends 6/17/2021
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Source: School Library Journal