You can add your own comments about the books that you have read. All comments are sent to me. I will only post valid comments. A valid comment tells Your Name, the name of the book that you read, its author, something about the book and what your opinion of the book is. Only post about books that you have completed reading. You can add a picture that can be copied and pasted from book sellers like Amazon(http://www.amazon.com, Barnes&Noble (http://www.barnesandnoble.com) or Borders(http://www.borders.com/online/store/Home)
If you do a book blog about a new Golden Sower nominee, you will receive a treat and a star on the Starchart. If you read at least four of the Golden Sower nominees by April 15th, you can vote for your favorite in the statewide vote. When you read ten of the nominees, you will earn a free book of your choice out of my prize boxes.
You are welcome to use a digital camcorder to take a picture of you with the book or make a video of your discussion about the book to add to this blog. I can help set up the photo session with you. That would be more interesting.
We can also record your booktalk and add this podcast to the blog.
Everyone can access this blog. Please keep the content appropriate. I will only post those comments that are acceptible.
I am looking forward to seeing your additions to the Adams Middle School Library blog.
Mrs. Wielechowski is the Library Media Specialist. Mrs. Smith is the Library Paraprofessional.
Welcome to Adams Middle School Library blog. This is a new feature to help Adams School staff and students in their information needs.
Click on the Library Sites listed to the right to find useful information.
Mr. Hokanson’s HIT has good technology “bites.”
Fact Monster has timelines, a spelling bee, quizzes, an almanac, dictionary, encyclopedia and homework help.
The Internet Public Library has “Ask a question,” Teen Space, a Science Fair section and Homework help.
The Library of Congress has many historical pictures and videos.
Library Thing lists books online and has a “Find People” section.