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Look For a Book
Look For a Book
Look For a Book
Look For a Book
Look For a Book
Look For a Book
Look For a Book
Look For a Book
Look For a Book
Look For a Book
Look For a Book
Look For a Book
Look For a Book
Look For a Book
Look For a Book
Look For a Book
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Look For a Book

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  • 1. Let’s Think About… How to Look for a Book!
  • 2. K-2: How to look for a book in the library. By Mrs. Fleming, Eagle Cliffs Elementary
  • 3. Sometimes it can be hard to findJust the right book that you want...
  • 4. So today, we are going to think about “detecting” a good book!We can be book “detectives”!!!
  • 5. How would a detective find a book?How can you “spy” a great book?
  • 6. Well, you have to be willing to go EXPLORINGWhat do explorers do?
  • 7. All the books on the shelves have wonderful stories to read or interesting facts to learn.
  • 8. So, just go exploring!You never know whatgreat book is out therewaiting for you…Just put your markeron the shelf, pull out abook at random, andopen it up to take alook!
  • 9. Once you open up a book, you may be surprised at what you find inside!So be brave! Try something new! Be a detective! Go exploring!
  • 10. Once you have checked out a book,You want to put it someplace safe.
  • 11. Remember that books are just ashelpless as a baby, so we need to“baby” our books and hold them carefully, so they will be safe.
  • 12. Hooray! You have detected abook that looks wonderful. Wasn’texploring the library a great idea?
  • 13. Would a responsible person do this??
  • 14. A book feels safe and secure in your BACKPACK!!! (No drinks allowed.)
  • 15. B-A-C-K-P-A-C-K
  • 16. Books can be a best friend,if one treats them withrespect and responsibly.

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