"Elementary Book Lists" tag

Best Books of 2018

Update 1/29/2019: ALA Youth Media Award Winners Added In this pinned feature post we compile links to 2018 children’s and young adult book award announcements, as well as “best-of” lists from professional library…

Book List: Granite Elementary Library Picks of 2017-2018

Library staff from Granite’s 63 elementary schools gathered last week for an end-of-year training meeting. In one of the sessions, each media clerk shared a “must-have” title for students at their library, or…

Battle of the Books 2018-2019 Book Lists and Informational Meeting

We are excited to officially publish the Battle of the Books 2018-2019 Book Lists! 2018-2019 Granite Battle of the Books 3rd-4th Grade Book List 2018-2019 Granite Battle of the Books 3rd-4th Grade Book…

Granite Battle of the Books 2017-2018 Book Lists

What Is Battle of the Books? Throughout the school year, 3rd-6th grade students in Granite School District are encouraged to read as many books as they can from these lists. Students who read…

New Children’s Titles in Granite’s OverDrive for Fall 2016

These images highlight a few of the children’s fiction chapter books, graphic novels, and informational titles that have recently been added to Granite’s OverDrive Digital Library. You can print them out and display them…

Granite Battle of the Books: Reading Lists

Here are previews of the 2016-2017 reading lists for the new Battle of the Books reading promotion program for Granite elementary schools. 2016-2017 3rd-4th Grade Reading List 2016-2017 5th-6th Grade Reading List For…

Notable Picture Books | March 2016

Sidewalk Flowers by JonArno Lawson- See Vanessa Eyre’s review HERE Please Open this Book! By Adam Lehraupt and illustrated by Matthew Forsythe (PreK-1st Grade) Funny premise, will remind an older audience of the…

Notable Elementary Fiction | February 2016

Bad Kitty goes to the Vet by Nick Bruel (Grades 2-4) -Latest book in the popular Bad Kitty series, there are now nine of them, this is a great book for reluctant readers….

Resource Roundup: Chinese New Year

Chinese New Year takes place on Monday, February 8 this year. Looking for some fun and informative resources to use in your classroom or library? Start here!

Notable Graphic Novels and Easy Readers | February 2016

Study Hall of Justice (DC Comics: Secret Hero Society #1) by Derek Fridolfs and Dustin Nguyen Publisher’s Description: This all-new story presents a twist on the idea of junior sleuths, using comics, journal…

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