Hello Reading Club folks,
The last form, for 151-200 nights of reading, is now available for those students who have completed the first three.
Read, Read, Read, as you have until May 31 to complete your 200 Nights of Reading and then dedicate a library book.
We’ve been having great fun celebrating reading this week at Buckingham.
Family Literacy Day is officially this Saturday, January 27. For more information check out: https://abclifeliteracy.ca/family-literacy
In our final week of library we enjoyed the classic story The Night Before Christmas done up as a spectacular picture book by Robert Sabuda.
Thank you to all the students who returned their books for the holidays. Be sure to visit the public library over the holiday.
Wow – lots of Buckingham students have completed their 50 Nights of Reading!!! They have moved on to the 100 Nights of Reading form. As soon as you complete the first one, please give it to your classroom teacher and they will give you the next form.
Thank you Buckingham shoppers for helping to make our book fair a great success. Sales were higher than previous years so we will be able to purchase even more books for our library.
The Scholastic Book Fair will be in our library next week – November 21, 22 & 23.
Come and do your holiday shopping and support our school library.
See you there!!!
The Buckingham Reading Club began this week – have you been checking off your form? If you have questions please check out the Reading Club part of my blog.
Read, Read, Read!!!
We now have our regular library schedule worked out (see the Library Schedule time for when your class comes to library).
Oh no, what happens if you forget a book or your library bag? You can put the book on my hold shelf and come in the next day the library is open. There are several times that students can visit the library in addition to their regular library time:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday – 9:00 – 9:15 (if their teacher permits)
10:30 – 10:45 (recess)
Tuesday & Friday – 3:00 – 3:15
Welcome back everyone. Hope that you had a great summer and enjoy lots of great books. I’m looking forward to seeing you in library this week. Did you participate in the Summer Reading Club at the public library?
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