Welcome to the Library!
The Scholastic Book Fair is Coming!
November 13 during school
November 14 during school and 4-7 pm
November 15 during school and 4-7 pm
November 16 8:45-4 pm
First Come First Served, while supplies last!
*Buy holiday gifts
*Shop before or after your conference
*Buy teacher gifts
*Profits help our school library
Most students will preview the fair and all may shop during their library class and first thing in the morning (if they bring money or E Wallet). ** Money must be in an envelope with the child’s name and the amount written on it. Please don’t allow children to bring uncounted coins.
Visit our bookfair homepage
* make an E Wallet account, Your child won’t need cash!
Out of town relatives can use it too.
* Download the Book Fair App: summaries, reading levels, and more it will help you choose the right books for your child.
* Shop the Online Book Fair: Nov 7- Nov 20
Great option for out-of-town relatives!
Ms. Shapiro's Book Reviews
To read more about these great books (Jennifer Murdley's Toad, Lemonade Crime, Pirates of Crocodile Swamp, The Fairy Tale Detectives) click here:
Try a new series! Martin Bridge, Mercy Watson, ZigZag Kids, or My Weird School. To read more about these books, click here: Grade 2 Reviews.
Great Early Reader series: Poppy and Max, Cork and Fuzz, Minnie and Moo, Penny.
Grade 4 Students each researched a different US state, then displayed their findings in a word cloud in the shape of that state.
In response to the book Henri's Scissors, Grade 2 students made collages in the artist's style. When Henri Matisse lost the ability to paint, he discovered he could make beautiful pictures with paper and scissors.