The Library @PHS

February 2018

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Resource of the Month

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2018 National Library Lovers Month--**Look for the weird teachers!**

February is "National Library Lovers Month". It is used to promote libraries and the love of reading. Check out what your co-workers said about libraries. **Note-The PowerPoint presentation has music and the pages flip slower. You will have to pause the presentation to read some of the slides.
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The Newest Survey

"What is Your Favorite Genre?" Results

Last month's poll asked about what genre you liked to read. Here are the results. Thanks for participating.
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Media Center Events

The Breakfast Club-Student book club

We will meet once a month to read and discuss the following books:

· As Red as Blood by Salla Simukka

· A World Without You by Beth Revis

· Chains by Laurie Halse Anderson

· We Were Liars by Emily Lockhart

· Cinder by Marissa Meyer

· Carve the Mark by Veronica Roth


Next meeting will be February 27 @7:30 A.M. in the Media Center to discuss "Cinder".


The Dinner Club-Teacher book club

Everyone is invited to join us! You can come and go as you please. You can read one book and not the next. Just pop in when the next book is of interest to you.

These are the books we are reading next—


  • The Life We Bury by Allen Eskens
  • Gone Without a Trace by Mary Torjussen
  • The Storyteller by Jodi Picoult
  • Same Kind of Different as Me by Ron Hall and Denver Moore
  • Orphan Train by Christina Baker
  • Dark Places by Jillian Flynn
  • Half Broke Horses by Jeannette Walls
  • Before We Were Yours by Lisa Wingate

  • *The group met September 18 (Parent Conference Night). The group had supper and discussed The Life We Bury. It was a great night of socializing and discussions.

    **The group met October 30 at Chilis in Gallatin and discussed Gone Without a Trace.We had fun just talking, eating, and the events of the book.

    ***November 28 meet in the library at 4:00 to discuss The Storyteller. Bring a finger food to share.

    ***December 20 meet for lunch immediately after school lets out at 11:00 at Colorado Grill in White House to discuss Same Kind of Different as Me

    ***January 29 meet at Subway in Portland @4:15 to discuss Orphan Train

    ***February 20 meet in the library (Parent/Teacher night) for dinner around 5:00 and discuss Dark Places

    ***March 19 meet at Panera in Gallatin 4:15 to discuss Half Broke Horses

    ***April 24 meet in the library @4:00 with your favorite finger food to discuss Before We Were Yours

January Displays

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STEM in the Library

The latest STEM activities are Dot and Dash the robots and Cubelets. These are used to teach coding and robotics.

New Books

We receive new books every month from Junior Library Guild. These are the new books for February.

Assistance

Susan and I are here to help you. We would be glad to help with research, the use of the technology in the library and lab, or to help your students check out books. If you want to do a project that is different, give us the idea and we will help you plan. We are willing to come to your PLCs to show you what is available in the library for your subject area.

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