Never Too Old
C.S. Lewis once said...
When our older elementary students start reading chapter books, they start neglecting picture books. They think they're too old for the Everyone section. It's our task to convince them otherwise! The Everyone section has books on all reading levels and on many diverse topics. Some have strong, engaging themes that are just right for our older students to foster deep thinking and powerful conversations. The best way to get them into the Everyone section is to read or book talk picture books to them. Here are a few book lists to give you some ideas: Never Too Told and Good Reads .
Invites discussions about forgiveness and considering different perceptions of situations.
A young girl's courage is tested in this wordless picture book about the Underground Railroad.
Can We Save the Tiger?
A book about endangered species and the need to prevent their extinction.
A birthday celebration display for Roald Dahl.
"Books let you travel without moving your feet."
An old desk is given new life with chalkboard paper.
Stuffed characters promote fiction and nonfiction books about themselves.
The PTA created this dragon to promote J. Scott Savage's new book and author visit, and donated it to the library.
A clever way to use a popular song to promote books.