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Fabulous February Fun in the Media Center


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As February rolls around, we’re celebrating Valentine’s Day a little early with our LOVE of books! The Scholastic Book Fair will run this week, through Thursday. Click Here to check out even more selections online. Proceeds go to the MPS library!

Jr-High, High School Book of the Month:  Counting by 7s by Holly Goldberg Sloan

With credits like this:  A New York Times Bestseller, An AMAZON Best Book of the Year 2013,  A Kids' Indie Next List Top Ten Book-- #4, Best Books of Autumn 2013.  B.E.A. Buzz Book Award 2013.  A Texas Bluebonnet Award Nominee 2014-2015 Master List,  A School Library Journal Best Book of the Year.  An E.B. White Read Aloud Honor Book. A Dorothy Canfield Fisher Children's Book Award Nominee.  A National Public Radio Best Book of the Year, who wouldn’t be interested in this book?!  And once it’s completed, it is easy to see why this book has received such amazing reviews! The story features Willow Chance, an awkward young girl that finds herself dealing with an unexpected tragedy. In the midst of her loss and sorrow, readers are taking on an emotional journey that will have them laughing outloud and tearing up as well. This is a delightful book, reminding us that “family” are the people that have our best interests at heart, even if we aren’t related to them.

Elementary Book of the Month: Lost and Found by Adam Gustoason

From the publisher, “When Justin loses the special hat his grandmother made for him, he looks everywhere he can think of to find it. Everywhere, that is, except the lost and found. Mr. Rumkowsky, the old school custodian, is the keeper of all the lost and found items, and everyone is afraid of him, including Justin.

With his grandmother coming to visit soon, his mom upset, and the hat nowhere in sight, Justin finally musters the courage to enter Mr. Rumkowsky's domain. There he discovers a whole world of treasures - lost items Justin's friends (and generations of children before them) have been too afraid to claim. Things keep getting weirder and weirder, until way down at the bottom of Rumkowsky's giant box Justin unearths something completely unexpected…” This is a really cute story with a fun twist. Kids will love the “light suspense” and the opportunities for inferencing at the end of the story. The selection offers up a variety of discussions.

January Accelerated Reading Winners:

6th Grade:  
Angel Padilla
Reagan Williams
Jaden Wolfe

7th Grade:
Nolan Benjamin
Chance Frost
Karlie Gerlach
River Hastings
Parker Johnston
Asher Kahler
Natalie Koubek
Makena Roberts
Ronald Zeigler

8th Grade:
Tate Hartley
Mariah Schneider
Paige Wood

9th Grade:
Brandi Bomberger
Von Fritsche
Grace Koubek
Hope Stone
Connor Williams

10th Grade:
Bryar Gerlach
Tucker Hartley
Kaely Perkins

JC VanDrimmelen

11th Grade:
Kyle Barnum
Bailey Brown
Marisa Foster
Dylon Strobel
Jace Walther
Calyn Werkmeister
Jacob Williams

12th Grade:
Cori Eshleman
Dalton Littell
Brooke Moore
Jon Snider
Danielle Thormodsgaard
Abby Werkmeister
Dakota Werkmeister
Luke White 

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