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January Jubilation in the Media Center


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The new year is in full swing here in the MPS Library. We are in preparation mode for our Book Fair, February 2nd-6th. Books, posters, and other fun materials will be available for students, in Kindergarten through 6th grade

Books will be on display in the library for everyone to check out. Something NEW this year is the ability to order online! Patrons may browse the MANY book selections available through Scholastic, which may not be included in the physical display here at school. This is a great feature as it will allow you to access all the titles, available through Scholastic. Once purchased, the books will be shipped FREE to school and delivered to your child.

Please click on this link to take a look: http://bookfairs.scholastic.com/bookfairs/cptoolkit/homepage.do?method=homepage&url=maywoodelementaryschool2

Shopping will open online on January 28th and in the MPS physical library, February 2nd. Once your child locates their favorite selections, books can be purchased via cash, check or credit card. Scholastic uses a secure portal to ensure your privacy.

We are excited to host this year’s Book Fair. The students LOVE to look through the titles and build their lists and we LOVE promoting reading! Please let us know if you have any questions, we are always happy to assist.

Accelerated Reading:  Students who have met their point requirements for AR during the month of December.

6th Grade:
Davi Dodson
Garrett Foster
Matthew Jacobs
Angel Padilla
Reagan Williams

 

 

7th Grade:
Nolan Benjamin
Chance Frost
Natalie Koubek
MaKena Roberts
Kizziah Rutherford

 

 

 

8th Grade:
Mariah Schneider

 

 

 

9th Grade:
Von Fritsche
Paul White

 

 

 

10th Grade:
Bryar Gerlach
Tucker Hartely
Dayne Littell
Kaely Perkins

 

 

 

11th Grade:

 

 

 

Dylon Strobel

 

 

 

12th Grade:
Keri Blackler
BreAnna Kahler
Tori Van Drimmelen

 

 

 

Jr-Sr High Book of the Month: Cinder by Marissa Meyer

 

http://www.marissameyer.com/book/book-one/

Cinder, a gifted mechanic, is a cyborg. She’s a second-class citizen with a mysterious past, reviled by her stepmother and blamed for her stepsister’s illness. But when her life becomes intertwined with the handsome Prince Kai’s, she suddenly finds herself at the center of an intergalactic struggle, and a forbidden attraction. Caught between duty and freedom, loyalty and betrayal, she must uncover secrets about her past in order to protect her world’s future.

My favorite time to read is…….anytime. My challenge is finding uninterrupted blocks of time, which is pretty rare most days. I’m known to tote two or three books around, no matter where my travels take me. Over the holiday break, this title traveled a few miles. It is not one that fits into my favorite genre, but I do enjoy a good story and this one fit that requirement. It pulls loosely from the fairy tale of Cinderella, with a few parts Magna novel intertwined, which results in a storyline strong enough to keep me hooked. I encourage readers to venture outside their favorite genres from time to time, because it is easy to get used to reading the same kinds of novels. This one is sure to entertain both male and female readers as there’s enough edge, unpredictability and mystery to captivate readers. Even better, this continues into a series so readers who like the Lunar Chronicles will be able to continue with additional twists and turns.

Elementary Book of the Month: Little Snowman Stan by Guido van Genechten.

Stan the little snowman wants desperately to move—he longs to leave his dull surroundings and explore the world. He has been standing in the same place and position since the beginning of winter, surrounded by other frozen snowmen. When a little bird lands on his carrot nose, Stan asks it what it feels like to move freely, but Mr. Hat the snowman shouts at Stan to be still. “If you move, you'll melt!” shouts the rigid snow soldier with the silly bucket hat. Too late, because Stan hops on his bicycle, rides over snowy hill and valley, and never looks back. He discovers Freezeland, where it is so cold, the sun can never melt the snow people, and they are free to dance about in every direction. Through lovely illustrations, this engaging winter story opens a world of possibilities to children, encouraging them to reach beyond their boundaries, follow their instincts, and always be true to themselves.

 

 

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