The Library Interns’ Best Books of Quarantine (So Far)

Need a new book suggestion? The Library Interns can help! I’ve been struggling to keep up with my reading as I transition to distance learning, but the Library Interns have been absolutely killing it with their library dedication at home! So I asked the experts to bring their Best Book of Quarantine (So Far) to […]

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Look Who’s Reading!

Spot any familiar faces? 👀 When a parent sent me this awesome inspiration photo for a reading display with giant googly eyes, I knew I had to have something like it in the library. One internet search of “giant googly eyes” later, we have ourselves a Look Who’s Reading wall, and I’m looking forward to […]

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#STABSummerReading Recommendations from a Library Intern

Looking for your next great #stabsummerrreading title? Isabel is here for you! Isabel is a YA novel expert, an experienced Head Library Intern, and my go-to for the newest and best books on the shelves. Check out her recommendations for great summer reads below! The Testing series by Joelle Charbonneau It’s The Hunger Games, but twice as […]

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Fitz’s Faves Jr: J’s review of Bone: Tall Tales, by Jeff Smith

Bone: Tall Tales, by Jeff Smith I gave this book five stars because it makes me laugh. This book is about Smily Bone telling tall tales to the Bone Scouts. One of my favorite parts is when they told the tale of Jonsen Bone, the creator of Boneville. I hope you like this book as […]

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Fitz’s Faves: Video Book Reviews from Ms. Grant’s RLA Class

Brave, by Svetlana Chmakova   Rising Above: How 11 Athletes Overcame Challenges in Their Youth, by Elijah Zuckerman, Gabriel Zuckerman, and Gregory Zuckerman   Freedom Crossing, by Margaret Goff Clark   Middle School, the Worst Years of my Life, by James Patterson

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Fitz’s Faves Jr: H’s review of Penguin Problems, by Jory John

Penguin Problems, by Jory John I loved the book Penguin Problems because it was so funny. It was about a grumpy penguin who complains about everything, and then is visited by a walrus who tell shim basically to be grateful for what he has, and the penguin does then realize there is a lot to […]

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Fitz’s Faves Jr: R’s review of Happy Pig Day, by Mo Willems

Happy Pig Day, by Mo Willems It teaches you a great lesson. The lesson is that even if you don’t look the same you should still be a part of the thing you want to be a part of. I think Piggy shows a lot of excitement at the beginning and I love the illustrations. […]

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