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Jen Wilkinson

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Recommended Reading Lists

Click the grade-level band below to view Jen Wilkinson's recommendations for reading fun! Click HERE for the winter break 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...

  • Pre-K
Library News in March: Pre-K

Pre-k library/music classes are mistakes in the making! Students are listening to books, including Beautiful Oops (Barney Saltzberg) and The Book of Mistakes (Corinna Luyken), which highlight the beauty and imagination of mistakes. Pre-k students are also moving their bodies with mistakes in mind. Ask your child about singing and acting out Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Toes backward! Finally, we're drawing with our eyes closed and crafting those "oops" into something awesome. In upcoming classes, we'll continue to explore what it's like to be "mistakers."

Read more about Library News in March: Pre-K
  • Kindergarten
Library News in March: Kindergarten

The Tournament of Books is underway! A wide variety of sixteen picture books were selected to compete in this year's nod to the NCAA basketball tournament. Kindergarteners have enjoyed some of the following titles: Luli and the Language of Tea (Andrea Wang), American Desi (Jyoti Rajan Gopal), Strong (Rob Kearney and Eric Rosswood), Charlie Makes a Splash (Holly Peete Robinson and RJ Peete), and Bathe the Cat (Alice B. McGinty). In the coming weeks, students will vote to determine which book will be crowned Epiphany School Champion!

Read more about Library News in March: Kindergarten
  • First Grade
Library News in March: First Grade

The Tournament of Books is underway! A wide variety of sixteen picture books were selected to compete in this year's nod to the NCAA basketball tournament. First graders have enjoyed some of the following titles: Tia Fortuna's New Home (Ruth Behar), To Change a Planet (Christina Soontornvat), Saturday Food Pantry (Diane O'Neill), and A Walk in the Words (Hudson Talbott). In the coming weeks, students will vote to determine which book will be crowned Epiphany School Champion!

Read more about Library News in March: First Grade
  • Second Grade
Library News in March: Second Grade

The Tournament of Books is underway! A wide variety of sixteen picture books were selected to compete in this year's nod to the NCAA basketball tournament. Second graders have enjoyed some of the following titles: Nana, Nenek & Nina (Liza Ferneyhough), Tofu Takes Time (Helen H. Wu), Luli and the Language of Tea (Andrea Wang), and To Change a Planet (Christina Soontornvat). In the coming weeks, students will vote to determine which book will be crowned Epiphany School Champion!

Read more about Library News in March: Second Grade
  • Third Grade
Library News in March: Third Grade

The Tournament of Books is underway! A wide variety of sixteen picture books were selected to compete in this year's nod to the NCAA basketball tournament. Third graders have enjoyed some of the following titles: Berry Song (Michaela Goade), Everything in its Place (Pauline David-Sax), Luli and the Language of Tea (Andrea Wang), and Saturday Food Pantry (Diane O'Neill). In the coming weeks, students will vote to determine which book will be crowned Epiphany School Champion!

Read more about Library News in March: Third Grade
  • Fourth Grade
Library News in March: Fourth Grade

The Tournament of Books is underway! A wide variety of sixteen picture books were selected to compete in this year's nod to the NCAA basketball tournament. Fourth graders have enjoyed some of the following titles: Powwow Day (Traci Sorell), In My Mosque (M.O. Yuksel), Punky Aloha (Shar Tuiasoa), and Strong (Rob Kearney and Eric Rosswood). In the coming weeks, students will vote to determine which book will be crowned Epiphany School Champion!

Read more about Library News in March: Fourth Grade
  • Fifth Grade
Library News in March: Fifth Grade

The Tournament of Books is underway! A wide variety of sixteen picture books were selected to compete in this year's nod to the NCAA basketball tournament. Fifth graders have enjoyed some of the following titles: Tofu Takes Time (Helen H. Wu), In My Mosque (M.O. Yuksel), Punky Aloha (Shar Tuiasoa), and Luli and the Language of Tea (Andrea Wang). In the coming weeks, students will vote to determine which book will be crowned Epiphany School Champion!

Read more about Library News in March: Fifth Grade

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