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Gingerbread Man's Top Common Core ELA Tips - Making the Common Core Practical

Gingerbread Man's Top Common Core ELA Tips - Making the Common Core Practical | school libraries | Scoop.it
Gingerbread Man folktale inspires CCSS-ELA writing lesson. 5-part series of holiday lessons based on popular songs and folktales.
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Read Aloud - Importance of Reading Aloud

Read Aloud - Importance of Reading Aloud | school libraries | Scoop.it

Via Beth Dichter
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ozziegontang's curator insight, November 25, 2013 10:28 PM

The proof is in the reading.  And making it a daily practice.

Lee Hall's curator insight, November 26, 2013 2:42 PM

This is so important. It isn't just important for mothers to read aloud. It is very important that fathers take a turn too.

Jan Watts's curator insight, November 26, 2013 5:09 PM

We know this, but it bears repeating, and repeating and repeating!!!!

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Barbara Park, ‘Junie B. Jones’ Author, Dies at 66

Barbara Park, ‘Junie B. Jones’ Author, Dies at 66 | school libraries | Scoop.it
Barbara Park, creator of the loveable and impish children’s book character Junie B. Jones, died on November 15 after a long battle with ovarian cancer. She was 66.
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Sesame Street: The Hungry Games- Catching Fur (Hunger Games: Catching Fire Parody)

Cookieness Evereat is back to play in the Hungry Games. Can Cookieness and her friends, Finnicky, Tick Tock Lady, and Pita escape from the poking monkeys and...
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Are Digital Libraries A 'Winner-Takes-All' Market? OverDrive Hopes So

Are Digital Libraries A 'Winner-Takes-All' Market? OverDrive Hopes So | school libraries | Scoop.it
“Schools and libraries in all forms are transitioning their spends from providing physical items that are being stored on shelves and branches to digital items -- the fastest portion of their growth,” said Steve Potash  in a recent interview.
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Sometimes The 'Tough Teen' Is Quietly Writing Stories

Sometimes The 'Tough Teen' Is Quietly Writing Stories | school libraries | Scoop.it
In author Matt de la Peña's Mexican-American family, men who read books were seen as "soft."
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State Doc Pick of the Week : The Living History Classroom, Fall 2013 – GHL Blog

State Doc Pick of the Week : The Living History Classroom, Fall 2013 – GHL Blog | school libraries | Scoop.it
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On Gender and Boys Read Panels

On Gender and Boys Read Panels | school libraries | Scoop.it
There’s going to be a panel at AASL (School Librarian conference) this weekend called “Boys Reading: A focus on fantasy.” There are six well-respected, very cool middle grade fantasy authors on this...
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Hard Luck and Big Dreams: SLJ Chats with “Wimpy Kid” Creator Jeff Kinney

Hard Luck and Big Dreams: SLJ Chats with “Wimpy Kid” Creator Jeff Kinney | school libraries | Scoop.it
It's coming up aces for Jeff Kinney this year, and the future is looking brighter—and busier—than ever.
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Author and illustrator Michael Dooling visits Kent Place Primary School library - Independent Press - NJ.com

Author and illustrator Michael Dooling visits Kent Place Primary School library - Independent Press - NJ.com | school libraries | Scoop.it
Author and illustrator Michael Dooling visits Kent Place Primary School library
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“Michael Dooling's presentations were fascinating,” said Deborah Afir, Primary School librarian.
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Home - Franklin High School Library Resources - Library Subject Guides at Franklin High School Library

Home - Franklin High School Library Resources - Library Subject Guides at Franklin High School Library | school libraries | Scoop.it
Research assistance, subject guides, academic support, and useful resources. General information about the library and the resources available.
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The Changing Landscape For Libraries & Librarians In The Digital Age

The Changing Landscape For Libraries & Librarians In The Digital Age | school libraries | Scoop.it
The Changing Landscape For Libraries & Librarians In The Digital Age
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Google wins book-scanning case: judge finds "fair use," cites many benefits

Google wins book-scanning case: judge finds "fair use," cites many benefits | school libraries | Scoop.it
The long-running copyright fight between Google and the Authors Guild is over: Judge Denny Chin issued a resounding ruling in favor of fair use.
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Wise Words 11/14/13 | Deep Librarian

Wise Words 11/14/13 | Deep Librarian | school libraries | Scoop.it
A quote about reading and books from Abraham Lincoln.
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I am always a sucker for a good book quote!

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Temples of books: The world’s most beautiful libraries

Temples of books: The world’s most beautiful libraries | school libraries | Scoop.it
Architecture critic Jonathan Glancey writes in praise of the world’s great storehouses of knowledge.
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Keeping Public School Libraries Relevant

Keeping Public School Libraries Relevant | school libraries | Scoop.it
Keeping Public School Libraries Relevant - The Huffington Post
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What Is The New Role Of A School Library In The Digital Age?

What Is The New Role Of A School Library In The Digital Age? | school libraries | Scoop.it
Paper books are still very ubiquitous and a very important learning tool. The same is true for paper magazines.
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