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While I was librarian at the International School of Tianjin (NPK-12), we moved into the library space in 2001. In 2011, the library was moved to a new space.

While I was librarian at the International School of Tianjin (NPK-12), we moved into the library space in 2001. In 2011, the library was moved to a new space.

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    • Library Photo Tour International School of Tianjin LIBRARY PLACE & SPACE FROM 2001-2011Friday, January 27, 2012
    • Main Entrance: Narnia theme, designed and created by former art teacher, Tim GreenFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Feitian (Chinese word for aspara) from Mogao caves who welcome and entice all who enter the library. These border the windows before the door entry.Friday, January 27, 2012
    • Library Entrance where new books or theme features are displayedFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Stairs to second floor technology labs. Wall of “Eyes on the Prize” photos of students from each year.Friday, January 27, 2012
    • Reading plaque awards and author signatures (note Rowling’s photo and signature for winning Panda book 2008).Friday, January 27, 2012
    • Panda Book nominations display book shelfFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Examples of “Eyes on the Prize” mosaics on entry hallFriday, January 27, 2012
    • READ poster in multi-languagesFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Asian books on display (Chinese and Korean)Friday, January 27, 2012
    • Some examples of Chinese language books as part of mother-tongue collectionFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Continuation of examples of Korean booksFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Former Earth Day theme in puzzle pieces painted by studentsFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Author visit display (Margaret MacDonald)Friday, January 27, 2012
    • Reference area and study tablesFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Middle Years Program (MYP) Areas of Interaction AOI postersFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Reference collectionFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Terminals for OPAC searching and student access. Bulletin board featuring IB learner profilesFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Student photo-copy machine near front circulation deskFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Featured examples from French collectionFriday, January 27, 2012
    • More featured examples from German Reference collectionFriday, January 27, 2012
    • German children booksFriday, January 27, 2012
    • More mother tongue collection—DanishFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Librarian front view from circulation deskFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Librarian right view from circulation desk of children’s fiction collectionFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Front of circulation deskFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Fiction collection—cards with recommended readsFriday, January 27, 2012
    • And more fiction booksFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Fiction booksFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Teacher Professional Development collectionFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Towards back entry, easy books for ESOL students and graphic novels. Baskets are for series.Friday, January 27, 2012
    • More graphic novels and sitting area that are next to fiction area.Friday, January 27, 2012
    • Class sets of booksFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Chinese staff professional developmentFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Book series for elementary studentsFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Magazines for checkout for humanities non fiction readingFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Picture book direction markerFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Elementary picture booksFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Audio books– playawaysFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Back entrance from cafeteriaFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Back of the circulation desk as one enters the front of the libraryFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Some examples of magazinesFriday, January 27, 2012
    • More magazine examplesFriday, January 27, 2012
    • And more magazinesFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Non Fiction areaFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Non fiction in the 600’sFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Over-flowing non fiction collection—700-800’sFriday, January 27, 2012
    • More student computers in a work area.Friday, January 27, 2012
    • Year of the Tiger (scroll changes each year)Friday, January 27, 2012
    • And what would your wish be?Friday, January 27, 2012
    • Poster above back door entranceFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Periodical display as seen as one enters from the back entranceFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Theme from over the years—“Making Links”Friday, January 27, 2012
    • Mac books charging that are checked out at circulation deskFriday, January 27, 2012
    • Word cloud of school’s philosophy— students learnFriday, January 27, 2012
    • In 2011, the library was moved to a new location in the new wing of the school.Friday, January 27, 2012