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Don't Let the Pigeon... Party

Yesterday we had a fun Pigeon party at the library for our young elementary school kids (Kindergarten – 2nd Grade), sadly we only ended up with 12 kids in attendance, but they definitely had fun!  358 more words

Get IDEAS

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Elementary Librarians - check out this great idea for your storytimes!

Bookmark of the Week: School Library Association Star Ideas

When the fountain runs dry, I know that I can always count on some inspiration from SLA’s Star Ideas.  The ideas are categorized by month but you can really mix and match what works best for you! 68 more words

Librarians

FSC RAs hit Boca Raton

Once a year, 250 resident advisors in the state of Florida meet to present new ideas, and help each other grow as leaders. This year, Florida Southern College brought 14 representatives. 540 more words

News

High School Program Ideas

Looking for some ideas to do in your high school library?   Here are a few for the upcoming months:

Book Crane Reading Challenge: 
Beaconsfield High School did this last year with amazing results.  261 more words

Library Promotion

OCD is the path to the dark side

A while back I had to wrap a built in JavaScript function, this is pretty simple thanks to the fact that JavaScript is a dynamic… 193 more words

Programming

[k and r c] Exercise 3-1

Exercise 3-1 asks us to measure the difference in run-time. You have to search for the relevant function yourself — note how annoying this book is. 81 more words

Ten Alternatives to Book Reports by Mary Catherine Miller

I teach an undergraduate young adult literature course at a large research university. Many of my students take the course as a preparation for their future careers as teachers or librarians, while others come to the course looking for a general education requirement for literature. 937 more words

Top Ten Lists

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Some really interesting ideas in this blog that you can share with your English teachers or even do as library programs.