PSJA North Raider Library

(4th Six Weeks)

NATIONAL SCIENCE FICTION DAY

January 2, was the date that was chosen to correspond with the official birth date of famed science fiction writer Isaac Asimov. who is thought to have been born January 2nd, 1920, was is responsible for some incredible works of science fiction literature such as “Nightfall” and the “Foundation Trilogy”. While Asimov was one of the most prominent science fiction writers of the last century, fans usually like to show their appreciation to Science Fiction Day by reading books from authors such as Philip K. Dick or Kurt Vonnegut. Science Fiction Day should be a time to stop and appreciate every author who’s created memorable character and even entire worlds, so whichever author happens to be you favorite, be sure to pay some extra attention to them on that day.

Students had a chance to enjoy their favorite science fiction book.

Big image

Who is your favorite Book Crush?

Students had a chance to confess their favorite book crush.

VALENTINE'S DAY TRIVIA

Students were asked to answer valentine's day trivia questions by researching on the internet using Mackinvia. Students used their phones, IPAD's and desk top computers to help them find the answer. Students then wrote down their answer and put it in a bowl to see who would be the winner of the daily raffle during their lunch.

BLIND DATE WITH A BOOK

Don't judge a book by its cover. A Blind Date with a Book is basically a MYSTERY title alluded to by clues written on the gift wrapped book. After a student selects the book he or she reads it then rates their blind date by filling out a questionnaire. We then meet and talk about the books.

READ QUEST

ReadQuest, formerly known as Read the Most Coast to Coast, is a one-day K12 event that brings hundreds of thousands of students together to celebrate the power of reading—for fun and discovery. The students at North celebrated by offering their input on facebook or twitter of "Reading is the quest for...?"
Big image

Erudite Book Club Meeting!

The book club held it's discussion on Sweet Evil by Wendy Higgins. Discussion leader was Rosa Bermejo. The club enjoyed breakfast tacos with coffee and juice.
Big image