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Banned Books Week
Elementary Library Lessons
Finding time to read
Middle School Lesson Plans
Programing With Quick Picks
Read the Movie
Teacher Librarian Wiki
All Star Cast
” Staff Bulletin Board including TA’s photographs
Banned Books Week
, “Don’t Read This!”
Remembering September 11
“Never forget,” “United we Stand.” Remember today's students may have questions, they were too young to remember.
“How to Survive High School” (
books that take place in schools
Advertise new books “
Check out these NEW books
Talk like a pirate day
(pirate books) September 19th
Banned Books Week, “Don’t Read This!”
Hispanic Heritage Month
Faculty Summer Reads "Look Whoo's Reading" with owl theme
Graduation Starts Today!
Get Schooled With Books (books about school)
“What did you do this summer?”-- Have pictures and books of various activities and destinations. Camping, movies, foreign travel, Hawaii, concerts, etc.
Leaf through the pages of a good book
-- sprinkle a few leaves made from discarded books in your display
Rake in a good read (leaf theme with raking leaves) Use
Leaf Die Cuts with recommendations from students/staff
What will we learn in the library this year
What are we learning today?
Dewey Know Where to Go
from Lorri's School Library Blog
“The Horror, the Horror.”
“Solve a Mystery”
This Mystery is History
Teen Read Week: “What’s your problem?”
Be Afraid…Be VERY Afraid.
Red Ribbon Week: “Relax, Don’t Do It!” Gang bios, books on drugs, addiction, and alternatives to drug use such as volunteering an community service.
Stranger than Fiction (UFO’s and unexplained; Ripley’s, Guinness)
American Indian Heritage
Cookbooks, “What’s Cooking?”
Books with a Thanksgiving Theme
Library Staff Recommendations “Gobble up a Good Book”
“Read the Movie,” books made into movies
Fantasy display: Lord of the Rings, Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe, Harry Potter, Golden Compass, Spiderwick Chronicles, The Dark is Rising
“Millions of worlds to explore.” Science Fiction display: I, Robot, Star Wars series, Star Trek series
What’s your resolution? (
New Year, New You! Big To Do List,
MLK Day/Civil Rights
African American History Month
Romance Novels (Valentine’s Day)
Teacher Recommended Readings
Couples in Novels
Valentine's Idea from Marie Slim
Folktales and Fairytales (with St. Patrick’s Day)
Fairytales Retold, “Happily Ever After?”
Read Across America Week
– Read to a child today!
Books for Boys and Books for Girls
Oh, The Places you will go (Travel Guides)
Multicultural (International Week)
Funny Books (April Fool’s)
Poetry (National Poetry Month)
National Library Week (books that involve libraries or librarians)
from Tommy Kovac
April Pledge to Protect the Planet (Earth Day)
Be a Sport, Turn in your books on time
Memorial Day Armed forces Display
“Choose Your Adventure” Adventure Books
“Make your Escape” Crime Thrillers
Advertise summer reading programs for your public libraries “Don’t get dumber in the summer – READ!”
Summer Reading Lists
College/careers: Who do you want to be?
Goodbye and Good luck to Seniors
No time? Keep it simple and change board quarterly:
Fall: “Fall in to a good book”
Winter: “Cuddle up with a good book”
Spring: “Spring Fling”
Summer: “Don’t get dumber in the summer! Read”
Too many to keep up with? Special Collection Displays All Year ‘round
In the News: Policies, daily announcement bulletin, sports schedules articles from local paper
Computer Books, Internet Research, Big6
Popular Series: Dear America
Picture books (they are pretty to look at!)
iRead, iCreate, iCollaborate, iLearn @Valencia Library. Make
large paper iPhone and put common apps and helpful tools on the "screen." I also included different book covers for genres as well. from Joy Millam
"Make a good impression" display with books with captivating opening lines. I have a speech bubble attached to each book with the first line.
Books with sunglasses on the cover - "You're future's so bright we've gotta wear shades"
Books with feet or shoes on the cover - "These books are made for walking"
Teen Top Ten Nominee voting with the books and links to book trailers and vote site.
help on how to format text
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