Young Family Library News
From Gail and Sue
Where: The Young Family Library Classroom (Room 286)
When: Friday, September 11 at lunch!
Why: To recommend books with one another AND to continue to promote a culture of reading among students. It is SO important for students to see faculty talking about books informally.
Bring: Your list of books and your lunch. We'll supply dessert!
Currently Reading Signs!
Books for Lunch Author Alexandra Fuller
How WE can help YOU!
-Create a reserve collection in the library or compile a class set of books about a topic for your classroom
-Create a Libguide to support a unit you're working on. (ie. http://7hills.libguides.com/english10_upper).
-Have us talk to your students about how to use the databases
-Have us come to your class to do books talks. You'd be surprised how many connections can be made to books from the topics you're teaching!
A Few New Titles
by Andy Weir
Between You and Me: Confessions of a Comma Queen
by The New Yorker's Mary Norris. This is every English teacher's dream come true!
Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town
by Jon Krakauer