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Contact Information

Ms. Elaine Shapiro                 
Library Media Specialist
Phone: (860) 623-2433

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


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First Come First Served, while supplies last!


*Celebrate reading

*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!

Library Classes

Pre K

PreK students are getting used to sitting on the rug listening to fun stories like Read to Tiger.  They borrow books too, and earn a sticker for every time they return their book on library day.


We read Beverly Billingsley Borrows a Book.  Beverly was scared because she was late returning her library book.  Do you think you will have to go to jail because of a late library book? Not here at BBS! If you forget your book on library day, just return it as soon as you remember.

1st Grade

Students in grade 1 are ready to borrow books from all over the library. But this means being careful and using a Shelf Marker when browsing for books.  This holds a place on the shelf while you are looking at the book. Then you can put it back in exactly the right place if you don't want it.

2nd Grade

 We enjoyed reading Stella Louella's Runaway Book, which has a mystery in it.  After several clues, students figured out which book Stella was hunting for.

3rd Grade

Students learned about biographies and how to find them in the library (their call numbers have a B, for the Biography section of the library).  Each student had to locate a biography of a specific person, and study the book to figure out why that person was/is famous.

4th Grade

Students are learning about Fiction call numbers.  Fiction in library language means Chapter Book.  These all have an F in their call number, and are in the Fiction section of the library. They are shelved in order of author's last name, so students are practicing alphabetical order.

Ms. Shapiro's Book Reviews

Grade 3-4

To read more about these great books (Jennifer Murdley's Toad, Lemonade Crime, Pirates of Crocodile Swamp, The Fairy Tale Detectives) click here:

Book Reviews Grades 3 - 4

Grade 2

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.

Grade 1

Great Early Reader series: Poppy and Max, Cork and Fuzz, Minnie and Moo, Penny.

Grade 1 Reviews



Resource Links

Research and Information

Student Work


Grade 4 Students each researched a different US state, then displayed their findings in a word cloud in the shape of that state.


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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.

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