Printable Fandom Bookmarks! Great Geek Gift. Harry Potter, Supernatural, Doctor Who, Sherlock, Lord of the Rings, Naruto, Star Wars, & More! Jokes to Make a Reading Addict Smile - For Reading Addicts. Community Coloring & Creating.....It's All The Rage In Libraries, Schools & Homes! This week Naomi Gelfand, who is a teacher librarian in Washington DC shared such a fun idea with all of us on her Facebook page.
ColorMe! Coloring Murals at MagicMurals.com. Doomsday Vault: The World's Seed Bank Backup. The Ultimate Race Is On: Finalists of Google's Lunar X Competition. New Greener Skylines: The Rise of Wooden Skyscrapers. A Short Analysis of Isaac Rosenberg’s ‘Break of Day in the Trenches’ A summary of a classic war poem ‘Break of Day in the Trenches’ is by one of the First World War’s leading war poets, Isaac Rosenberg (1890-1918).
The poem might be analysed as war poetry’s answer to John Donne’s ‘The Flea’ – because the rat which is so friendly towards the English poet will also cross No Man’s Land and make friends with the German enemy. Disney Promotes the Magic of Storytelling - For Reading Addicts. The Adolescent Brain - What All Teens Need to Know. Adolescents have dynamic, open, hungry minds.
They are creative, brave and curious. It has to be this way. The only way to learn many of the skills they will need to be strong, healthy adults will be to stretch beyond what they’ve always known and to experiment with the world and their place in it. The adolescent brain is wired to drive them through this transition, but there will be a few hairpin curves along the way. Skilful drivers are not born from straight roads. Map showing the homeland of every character in Homer’s Iliad.
Finding Winnie: The Improbable and Touching Real-Life Story of the Baby Bear Who Inspired Winnie-the-Pooh. Why English Is Hard To Learn - The Best Funny Pictures. 12 Things All Bookworms Have Said at One Point or Another. The Power of Cautionary Questions: Neil Gaiman on Ray Bradbury’s ‘Fahrenheit 451,’ Why We Read, and How Speculative Storytelling Enlarges Our Humanity. “The important thing,” Ursula K.
Le Guin wrote in contemplating the cultural role of speculative fiction and the task of its writer, “is not to offer any specific hope of betterment but, by offering an imagined but persuasive alternative reality, to dislodge my mind, and so the reader’s mind, from the lazy, timorous habit of thinking that the way we live now is the only way people can live.” In doing so, she argued, imaginative storytelling can intercept the inertia of oppressive institutions, perilous social mores, and other stagnations of progress that contract our scope of the possible. Hardly any work of imaginative storytelling has stood as more enduring and full-bodied a testament to this ideal than Ray Bradbury’s 1953 masterwork Fahrenheit 451 — a love letter to books and to the people who care about them and, perhaps above all, to the very capacity for caring.
Sometimes writers write about a world that does not yet exist. Lawrence Public Library. Posted On: Jul 14, 2012 In: If You Like, Teen Zone Still hungry for more books like The Hunger Games?
Check out our updated flowchart. Crime books, Crime and Make a character on Pinterest. Funny Book Displays in a High School Library. Au.pinterest. A place to find and share information. 20 Amazingly Pretty Ways To Use String Lights. 16 Hilarious Signs That Prove Libraries Are the Greatest. One of the things we love most about libraries is that they get creative in quirky ways.
In honor of Library Lovers’ Month, here are 16 libraries that decided to think outside the box and appeal to their book lovers with unique and hilarious signs. 1. This library was having some interesting trespassing issues. Misspelling Voldemort’s name because he must not be named — well played! The Book Clock - For Reading Addicts. A few days ago someone sent us a photo of a clock made entirely of books and we loved it!
After a crazy 24 hours of comments and shares, the creators of the clock, Adam and Misti Yerton got in touch. Library Geekinista : Photo. Librarians in WONDERLAND! (DIVERSITY DISPLAY Winter 2015 YA book display ...) Literary Hoots: Fortune Teller Library Display. Digressions of a Sponge for Knowledge: Library Displays. Blind Date with a Book - February 2014 This was a passive program conjured up by the teen librarian at another branch in our system, which she said was very successful.
Using her model, I conjured up this display. The idea behind Blind Date with a Book, if you haven't seen this elsewhere yet (it's all over the place), is that you wrap up a book with wrapping paper or here, newspaper. You write a short "dating profile", and patrons can take home a book based on that information. Freshly minted librarian. In this post, I could go into the story about having to ask a young couple to stop making out in the library and then realizing that I taught the girl in grade 4 and wanting to throw up a little…but I won’t.
Benedict Cumberbatch Reads Keats - Ode to a Nightingale - For Reading Addicts. Have you Read the Most Popular Book from the Year You Were Born? - For Reading Addicts. Search Results Ebook geek problems. Most common questions about ebooks answered. Early Bird Books, the site collecting ebook deals, has released a simple infographic that puts together the most common questions new ebook users may ask.
Usually, people start exploring digital reading after they receive the proper device, be it a Kindle, or Nook, or Kobo. 10 transport vehicles predicted by sci-fi books and movies. 12 yoga poses for book lovers. 10 Classic Victorian Fairy Tales Everyone Should Read. The best nineteenth-century British and Irish fairy stories. 12 Things We Learned This Week. What did you learn this week? We learned … Meet the Real Alice: How the Story of Alice in Wonderland Was Born.
The World Wide Web project. Words That English Needs. A young man named John Koenig was trying to write poems. However, some emotions seemed difficult to express in words. Literary Periods Timeline. Ian O'Byrne on Instagram: “Everything we hear is an opinion, not a fact. Everything we see is a perspective, not the truth. - Marcus Aurelius” FLAGS OF THE GALAXY. 50 awesome posters that encourage to read. This list includes most wonderful posters that are serving one simple task: they encourage to read. Everyone agrees not enough is being done to encourage people to read. Printables - Printable Classroom Resources. Punched Out Font. Creative Library Displays. Celebrate Australia Day! Text Layout. 14 Badass Banned Books Trading Cards. Last year, we celebrated Banned Books Week with a feature about the super cool and creative community art contest from our friends at the Lawrence Public Library in Lawrence, Kansas (Rock Chalk Jayhawk!).
The library invited local artists to create small-scale works inspired by a banned book, and a jury chose seven designs–one for each day of Banned Books Week–to appear on trading cards. Spineless Classics. Vintage Printable – Science Fiction. Book Week 2013 - Mrs Mac's Library. Library Competitions - Eatons Hill State School, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. Cardboard Cutouts for every event and occasion. Course: Posters. Quilt fabric, fashion fabrics for the discriminating artist from eQuilter.com! 12 Christmas Trees Made Out Of Books. By Jill Pantozzi | 3:32 pm, December 13th, 2011. ROWAN STOCKS-MOORE. 25 Stunning Alternate Movie Posters. A semi-recent trend to pop up in the geek-ridden terrain of the internet movie blog is that of the alternate movie poster: basically, an amateurly produced piece of artwork intended to pose as marketing material for a full-length feature.
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