Learn about some of world’s greatest classical composers and listen to amazing music! This site also includes information about the history of music, games, and materials, and lots of multimedia content.
October 24th is United Nations Day. The United Nations is an international organization made up of 193 countries whose mission is guided by the purposes and principles contained in its founding Charter. Visit this United Nations webpage to learn more about this organization.
We are excited that Ms. Hennessy will be joining us as our library sub while Ms. Bird is on Maternity leave the rest of the semester. She has experience working as a junior high librarian at Wilmette Junior High in Wilmette, Illinois. Thank her for being here!
October is the perfect time to tell Spooky stories, especially a Friday the 13th in October. A great website to use is American Folklore by S.E Schlosser. A couple of my favorites on that site are Axe Murder Hollow and Bloody Mary Returns.
If you are curious about why we think of Friday the 13th as an unlucky day, Snopes has the history.
Some more stories like the one I might have told your class can be found here— these are called Robber Bridegroom stories. Or you might have heard of Bluebeard. These are all folktales, stories passed down from generation to generation.
And if you want to find spooky stories to tell your friends, we have a variety of books in the library– check the folklore section.
Information about our 4th Annual Edible Book Festival with Contest Categories can be found here: Edible Book Festival
Our Book Fair Website is here: Book Fair
Our Fall Book Fair will begin soon, and we would like to invite you to our Fall Book Fair Family Night to experience a celebration of reading that provides families the opportunity to get involved in our universal mission with the books fair: encouraging kids to read every day so that they can lead better lives! PBL JH parents, students, and staff will be able to participate once more in our 4th Annual Edible Books Festival. Participants will create edible representations of a book to be entered to win one of the following categories: Most Appetizing, Funniest, Best Children’s Book, and Best 2018 Rebecca Caudill Nominee. We would love to have you come out and help us grow our school’s love for reading.
Book Fair Dates/Hours: Monday, September 18th – Friday, September 22nd from 7:45 to 3:00 PM in the library with an online 24/7 bookshop from Wednesday, September 13th to Tuesday, September 26th.
Family Night: Tuesday September 19th from 3:30 to 6:30 PM
Edible Books Festival: Entries will be taken 3:30 to 5:00 PM. Voting will be from 5:00 – 5:30, and winners will be announced at 6:00 PM.
If you have questions about the Fall Book Fair, the Edible Books Festival, or you would like to volunteer to help with our Edible Book Festival please email librarian Ata Bird at firstname.lastname@example.org.