Check out the Memorial Day reading list from Powell’s City of Books.
Revenge of the Fifth – the best revenge starts with a plan. The best plan is a knowledgeable plan. Reading is an excellent way to gain knowledge.
April 12 is DEAR day: Drop Everything And Read day!
What is Drop Everything And Read?
“April 12 has been proclaimed National “Drop Everything and Read” (D.E.A.R.) Day. It is an initiative to encourage families to designate at least 30 minutes to put aside all distractions and enjoy books together…to make it a special time to “drop everything and read.” The birthday of Newbery Medal-winning author Beverly Cleary is the official national D.E.A.R. day, and Cleary’s most popular book character, Ramona Quimby, is the program’s official spokesperson.
Join the thousands of librarians, educators, and parents hosting National D.E.A.R. Day family reading events on April 12 each year.” – Association for Library Service to Children
If you are a teacher (Preschool, K-5, special ed, etc) or a parent, you can find useful resources and printables here
I saw the email and tucked it away for later, as this week has been busy for me. I’m now regretting having put off reading it.
Powell’s usually hits the mark for April Fool’s jokes. This year is no exception. I hope this page stays up a while. Check out Cantaloupe by Powell’s Books.
Featured in the library this weekend:
What other holiday-related books have you seen? Which are you reading?