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Recommended Reading Lists

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What Jen's been reading...

Lindbergh: The Tale of a Flying Mouse
Once Upon a Banana
The Beautiful Brain: The Drawings of Ramon y Cajal
Ossiri and the Bala Mengro
Red
Gus's Garage
King & Kayla and the Case of the Missing Dog Treats
I Like, I Don't Like

 

 

 

 

The Latest...

Monthly grade-level updates from our librarian...

  • First Grade
Library News in April: First Grade

Before Spring Break, across all grade levels, we determined the Tournament of Book champion and runner-up. Congratulations to Mr. S, written and illustrated by Monica Arnaldo, which received 170 votes! Beneath, written and illustrated by Cori Doerrfeld, was our runner-up with 55 votes. Recently, we've been delving into poetry. Ask your child what they drew as they listened to the book Sea Star Wishes: Poems from the Coast (Eric Ode; Erik Brooks). In coming weeks, first graders will focus on stories connected to Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and Jewish American Heritage Month.

  • Fifth Grade
Library News in April: Fifth Grade

Before Spring Break, across all grade levels, we determined the Tournament of Book champion and runner-up. Congratulations to Mr. S, written and illustrated by Monica Arnaldo, which received 170 votes! Beneath, written and illustrated by Cori Doerrfeld, was our runner-up with 55 votes. In the coming weeks, fifth graders will investigate themes based on the book Killer Underwear Invasion!: How to Spot Fake News, Disinformation and Conspiracy Theories (Elise Gravel). We'll also delve into topics such as digital footprints and digital responsibilities.

  • Fourth Grade
Library News in April: Fourth Grade

Before Spring Break, across all grade levels, we determined the Tournament of Book champion and runner-up. Congratulations to Mr. S, written and illustrated by Monica Arnaldo, which received 170 votes! Beneath, written and illustrated by Cori Doerrfeld, was our runner-up with 55 votes. Recently, we've been playing with poetry. Ask your child about the blackout and concrete poems they created! In coming weeks, fourth graders will focus on stories connected to Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and Jewish American Heritage Month.

  • Third Grade
Library News in April: Third Grade

Before Spring Break, across all grade levels, we determined the Tournament of Book champion and runner-up. Congratulations to Mr. S, written and illustrated by Monica Arnaldo, which received 170 votes! Beneath, written and illustrated by Cori Doerrfeld, was our runner-up with 55 votes. Recently, we've been delving into poetry. Ask your child about the dog poems we read in Push-Pull Morning: Dog-Powered Poems About Matter and Energy (Lisa Westberg Peters; Serge Bloch) that also reinforced physics concepts such as motion, force, and magnetism! In coming weeks, third graders will focus on stories connected to Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and Jewish American Heritage Month.

  • Second Grade
Library News in April: Second Grade

Before Spring Break, across all grade levels, we determined the Tournament of Book champion and runner-up. Congratulations to Mr. S, written and illustrated by Monica Arnaldo, which received 170 votes! Beneath, written and illustrated by Cori Doerrfeld, was our runner-up with 55 votes. Recently, we've been delving into poetry. Ask your child about the haiku poems they wrote after they listened to the book Dogku (Andrew Clements; Tim Bowers)! In coming weeks, second graders will focus on stories connected to Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and Jewish American Heritage Month.

  • Kindergarten
Library News in April: Kindergarten

Before Spring Break, across all grade levels, we determined the Tournament of Book champion and runner-up. Congratulations to Mr. S, written and illustrated by Monica Arnaldo, which received 170 votes! Beneath, written and illustrated by Cori Doerrfeld, was our runner-up with 55 votes. Recently, in honor of National Poetry Month, we listened to the book If This Bird Had Pockets: A Poem in Your Pocket Celebration Day (Amy Ludwig VanDerwater; Emma J. Virján) and drew animals from the inspiration found in the book. Up next, in collaboration with the kindergarten teachers, students will learn about book reviews and how to write a book review!

  • Pre-K
Library News in April: Pre-Kindergarten

Before Spring Break, across all grade levels, we determined the Tournament of Book champion and runner-up. Congratulations to Mr. S, written and illustrated by Monica Arnaldo, which received 170 votes! Beneath, written and illustrated by Cori Doerrfeld, was our runner-up with 55 votes. Recently, in honor of National Poetry Month, we listened to poetry books including Daniel Finds a Poem (Micha Archer) and Here's a Little Poem: A Very First Book of Poetry (Jane Yolen; Andrew Fusek Peters; Polly Dunbar) and moved our bodies like robots. In coming weeks, we will focus on stories connected to Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month and Jewish American Heritage Month.

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