Try your hand at learning one of these forms of Japanese folding art. Click on the links below to reach the instructions:
The Junior High voted on the best Rebecca Caudill nominees this week, and it was a tight race. After every vote was tallied, The Crossover by Kwame Alexander took the lead and won the Reader’s Choice Award for our school with a total of 10 votes.
The runners up are listed below:
The War that Saved My Life: 8 votes
Echo: 4 votes
Fish in a Tree: 4 votes
Rhyme Schemer: 4 votes
How I Became a Ghost: 4 votes
Rain Reign: 3 votes
A Time to Dance: 3 votes
The Fourteenth Goldfish: 2 votes
The Great Trouble: 2 votes
The Screaming Staircase (Lockwood and Co. Book 1): 1 vote
The Story of Owen: 1 vote
Paper Cowboy: 1 vote
Masterminds: 1 vote
Nightbird: 1 vote
Are you in our Book Club? Would you like to be? Our next book is Flipped by Wendelin Van Draanen. Grab a copy from the library, and join us! Our next meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, January 24th.
This week in library we discussed a few books that will be playing on the big screen this year. As always, I encourage you to read before you watch!
Below you can watch a trailer for these books:
A Dog’s Purpose (Jan 2017)
Wonder (April 2017)
For more information on these books and other books hitting the big screen this year, visit the following website: 33 Books Becoming Movies in 2017
The first quarter Journalism class is proud to announce that they have completed the first issue of The Pawperatzi! You can take a look at the digital version by clicking the link below.