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Jen Wilkinson

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2022 Summer Reading Lists

Click the grade-level band below to view Jen Wilkinson's recommendations for summer reading fun! Click HERE for the book bingo board.


 

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...

Library News in June: Pre-K

We are up in the clouds in library/music class! After our outstanding performance, including the nursery rhyme There Was an Old Woman Tossed Up in a Basket, we read the book It Looked Like Spilt Milk by Charles G. Shaw. Ask your child if she/he remembers three things the spilt milk looked like.

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Library News in June: Kindergarten

Library classes have been rich in stories celebrating heritage: Jewish American Heritage Month; Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month; and LGBTQ+ Pride Month. Author and illustrator Patricia Polacco shared her Jewish heritage in The Keeping Quilt.

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Library News in June: First Grade

Library classes have been rich in stories celebrating heritage: Jewish American Heritage Month; Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month; and LGBTQ+ Pride Month. Author and illustrator Patricia Polacco shared her Jewish heritage in The Blessing Cup.

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Library News in June: Second Grade

Library classes have been rich in stories celebrating heritage: Jewish American Heritage Month; Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month; and LGBTQ+ Pride Month. In A Poem for Peter: The Story of Ezra Jack Keats and the Creation of The Snowy Day, we learned that Mr. Keats was born Jacob Ezra Katz and he changed his name in the hopes of facing less Jewish discrimination.

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Library News in June: Third Grade

Library classes have been rich in stories celebrating heritage: Jewish American Heritage Month; Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month; and LGBTQ+ Pride Month. In The Spy Who Played Baseball, we talked about how uncommon it was to be a Jewish ball player in the 1930s.

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Library News in June: Fourth Grade

Library classes have been rich in stories celebrating heritage: Jewish American Heritage Month; Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month; and LGBTQ+ Pride Month. In The Book Rescuer: How a Mensch from Massachusetts Saved Yiddish Literature for Generations to Come, we discussed a quote from the story.

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Library News in June: Fifth Grade

Recently, we revisited some of our fall and winter digital citizenship learning about triggers and access. Ask your child how information can vary on a cell phone or a laptop even when it's the same news article. Our next lesson focused on forensics—asking great investigative questions when viewing online content.

Read more about Library News in June: Fifth Grade

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