Bringing Holes to Life in Your Library

Written by Brian Seadorf It started with a book. For years, the Blackman High School Library has periodically hosted the CDC class (Comprehensive Development Class) for book checkout, and it was truly the highlight of the week. One day, while in an IEP meeting for a CDC student, our amazing principal had a great suggestion... Continue Reading →

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How to Host a Successful Author Visit

Written by Jennifer Boren In late January, author Sarah Weeks braved the snow and arctic winds to visit students in Collierville Schools in Collierville, TN. Her book Save Me a Seat, a wonderful story about is nominated for this year's Volunteer State Book Award. Joe and Ravi, who may originate from different parts of the world but... Continue Reading →

Bringing Harry Potter to Your Library

Written by Julie Caudle Like many of you, I have a lot of huge Harry Potter fans at my school. I have wanted to do something in the library for those fans, especially since the 20th anniversary of the publication of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone occurred last fall.  In January, as I was... Continue Reading →

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