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A School Library Transformed – Part 4: Getting it Done. At the end of the 2011-2012 school year, with the project to convert my K-12 school library arrangement to a modified bookstore model approved and the planning done, ...
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At ALA Midwinter in Dallas, I had the good fortune to attend a Scholastic reception where a handful of authors used Readers' Theater to present the new ARCs awaiting us. One of those ARCs was THE LIST by Siobhan Vivian (Scholastic, April 2012).
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