Library News

B.B.I.S. OCTOBER ISSUE 2021

Makerspace Challenge

In our library, we have a makerspace area where students can work independently on a variety of challenges. Below you will see a few pictures of what our 5th graders have created. The challenge was to create some type of structure with their materials. Can you guess what they made??

Collaborating About Books

See below for a few book recommendations that your fellow peers have discussed in the library this past month.

Internet Safety Tips

Planning to spend time on a chrome book this year for research projects? We need to make sure we value research ethics while on the internet. As you begin exploring the internet, it is extremely important to be a good digital citizen. Please watch the video below to learn about internet safety.

October Events

  • National Book Month
  • 10/11 – Myth and Legends Day
  • 10/16 – Dictionary Day
  • 10/18-22 – National Friends of Libraries Week
  • 10/20 – National Day of Writing

40 Book Challenge and Beyond!!

This year, BBIS students are being challenged to read at least 40 books from a variety of different genres. As they read a book, they will keep track of their thinking and record the genre. Once they have finished their 40 books, they will turn in the required tracking documents to their ELA teacher. Once it has been approved, students will be invited to the 40 Book Challenge Party at the end of the school year. Students will have until April 29, 2022 to turn in their 40 book challenge documents. Ready, Set, GO!!!!


40 Book Genre Challenge Document

How Do I Put A Book On Hold?

Watch this video to learn how to put a book on hold in the BBI library.


Destiny Discover Video Link

The Learning Community

Have you ever visited the Magnolia Public Library? It's a wonderful way to spend time reading outside of school and it's FREE. Click on the link below to learn how to access books from the public library in our community.

Bear Branch Intermediate School Library Media Center

Feel free to contact us with questions about our programs.