Edison Intermediate Middle School and Stevenson Elementary School Library
|The mission of the Edison Intermediate/Middle School and Robert Louis Stevenson Media Programs is to ensure that all students and staff have the opportunity and skills to access, evaluate, and use information effectively and ethically. The Library Media Specialist plays a critical role in the introduction of new learning technologies, support of the curriculum, and the teaching of information skills in a positive learning environment in which all students can become independent, lifelong learners.
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I, Jack by Jack the Dog, as told to Patricia Finney
Review by Grace
Have you ever wondered what dogs think of our stuff? Well, you can find out what Jack the dog thinks of our NEEEOOOW things and our howling, banging boxes in I, Jack. Read this great book and find out how Jack and his friend save some puppies and Jack's owner or packleader. I, Jack is hard to put down!
The Lightning Thief by Rick Riorden
Review by Emily
Have you ever wondered what it feels like to have an immortal god as a dad? Well, for 12 year old Percy Jackson, he DOES have an immortal god as a dad! He just doesn't know. But when things start acting very strange, he notices it is true! Percy feels upset that his dad hadn't told him all along. What will Percy do? What adventures will take place? When you start reading this you will never want to put it down!
Here are some of the literary awards given out this year by the Association for Library Service
to Children (ALSC).
The John Newbery Medal is given to an author with the most distinguished contribution to American
literature for children. The 2010 Newbery Medal went to When You Reach Me by Rebecca Stead.
The Caldecott Medal is awarded annually to an illustrator with the most distinguished contribution to
American picture books for children. The 2010 Caldecott Medal was awarded to The Lion and The Mouse by Jerry Pinkney.
The Pura Belpre Award is presented to a Latino/Latina writer and illustrator whose work best
portrays, affirms, and celebrates the Latino cultural experience in an outstanding work of literature
for children and youth. The 2010 award was given to Rafael Lopez for Book Fiesta! Celebrate Children's Day.
The Robert F. Sibert Medal is awarded annually to the best informational book for children. The
winner of the Sibert Medal for 2010 was Almost Astronauts: 13 Women Who Dared To Dream by Tanya Lee Stone.
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