My name is Ms. Besic and I am pleased to be your new Teacher-Librarian!
This is friendly reminder that we are still missing a fair amount books from last year! If you could look around your house for any library books it would be much appreciated. We would be happy to get them back for other readers to enjoy. If you are not sure, students can inquire with me the next time they visit the library, or send an email to email@example.com
Hello UHE students!
It is time to start returning your library books back to school! Please return your books to the brown paper box located at the front doors of the building, by June 22. Books can be returned during school hours from 9am- 3pm, or to your classroom teacher (if you are attending school). It would be helpful to put your library book in a plastic or paper bag. If you have any further questions please email, Ms.Besic.
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It’s time to return your library books to the school. Books can be returned to the library from 9-3pm on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays or to your classroom teacher (if you are attending school). It is helpful to put your books in a plastic or paper bag. If you have any questions, please email Ms. Lynka.
June is adopt-a-cat month! Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 restrictions, adoptions are not possible from most shelters. Consider making a small donation to a local animal shelter to help feed the pets waiting for new homes! Then, go to TumbleBooks and check out this hilarious story of Frank & Laverne, a dog and cat stuck living together…there are TWO versions- one from each pet!! (As a cat person, I must side with Laverne!)
Good Morning Readers!
I was just informed that the Burnaby Public Library is offering a take-out service for its patrons. You are now able to place an order for pick up, along with receive services from a librarians that will pair you up with books you will love! This is a great opportunity to finally get your hands on some books and continue reading throughout the summer!
The following link answers any other questions and explains how to order your items.
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Teen Book Cloud has some great ebooks, like the SECRETS series about 7 orphans who go in search of their origins after their orphanage burns down. We also have this series in the library. Great adventure, suspense and history of Canada, dealing with racism, anti-Semitism and mysterious family secrets. https://learning.burnabyschools.ca/resources/
If you like the I survived series, and maybe your eyes are getting tired of staring at screens, you could try these audio books on Epic! Create your own free account or email me to get my code. https://www.getepic.com/
This series about seven cousins who each go on an adventure according to their grandfather’s will, is written by seven different authors and can be read in any order. Find the link to Teen BookCloud here:
This audio book company will donate half of its profits with an independent book store of your choice. Local bookstores Kidsbooks (Vancouver and North Van) and Black Bond Books are partners.
There’s lots of great graphic novels, audio books, non-fiction and more! You can sign up for free until the end of June.