Jules Elementary

Library Newsletter Fall Edition

Welcome to the Library Media Center!

Welcome to our school library! This is going to be an exciting year and we look forward to sharing it with you. At Jules Elementary, our students are challenged academically to thrive in the 21st Century as successful citizens and life-long, self-directed learners.

Our library works to help students accomplish this goal by conducting daily classes, promoting literacy, and sponsoring special events.

Brook Balentine-Alfino

Library Media Specialist

BOOOOOOO Book Reviews


Please help your child create a book review. Your child will pick out a book from the library to bring home to create a review. The review can be an original story, a video, a poem, a song, a craft project, etc. It should include the title, author, illustrator, a brief overview of the book, and what your child thought about the book. Our theme this month is Fall into Halloween so the story should be about the season or the holiday. We will showcase these projects at our Halloween Party on October 29th. Please visit our website if you have questions or email me at bba@juleslibrary.com

Celebrating the Fall

Fall Harvest and Yummy Foods

What is fall harvest? What types of vegetables do we eat in autumn? Do you like squash? What about warm apple cider? Have you been apple picking or to a pumpkin patch? Below is a list of recipes and places to visit with your family this fall.


Carolyn's Country Cousins Pumpkin Patch

Weston, Missouri Apple Festival

Shuck's Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch

Recipes (We also have cookbooks in the library)



Halloween Treats