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  • "The Little Engine That Could: an Attitude for Todays Librarian" Sabrina Carnesi Darden College of Education Fellow Old Dominion University November 15, 2011
  • My Journey with Books Began at an Early Age (Sorry no books here, just blocks!)
  • Hannibal,Missouri Batesville, Arkansas
  • Scarred for Life!
  • The Old White River Stadium Batesville, Arkansas
  • Rowing to theMississippi
  • http://www.cartoonstock.com/directory/m/mud_pie.asp
  • Accomplishments– Previously served on the • VEMA (soon to be the VASL-Virginia Association for School Librarians) conference planning committee for 3 years in a row • VEMA board for 2 years • AASL committee member on the American Association of University Press “Best of the Best Book Selection Committee for 4 consecutive years • I have successfully gotten 5 articles published nationally– Currently selected to serve as the • AASL State L4L coordinator - • AASL representative on the Interdivisional Committee on School/Public Library Partnership for the past 3 years • ASLCs Liaison Committee with National Organizations Serving Children and Youth • YALSA Best Paperbacks for Young Adults 2012-2014 • LMC Advisory Board • I am awaiting the outcome of my National Boards
  • Never …GIVE IN!GIVE UP!GIVE OUT!
  • Never …GIVE IN! …and stop collaboratingGIVE UP!GIVE OUT!
  • Never …GIVE IN! …and stop collaboratingGIVE UP!...it is necessary to go beyond our core curriculumGIVE OUT!
  • Never …GIVE IN! …and stop collaboratingGIVE UP!...it is necessary to go beyond our core curriculumGIVE OUT!...the importance of these skills are vital to students
  • Develop a “Can do” spirit…
  • Thank you so much! Develop a “Can do” spirit…
  • Sabrina Carnesisabrina.carnesi@nn.k12.va.us2011 FellowDarden College of Education