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Ever have a group of students ask you, "Do you have any good books?" Variety of good books and Illinois Bluestem for the current school year.

Ever have a group of students ask you, "Do you have any good books?" Variety of good books and Illinois Bluestem for the current school year.

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  • 1. Do you know any good books…? Dr. Mika LRC Director Beebe Elementary
  • 2. Yes, I do! Today’s lesson will help you: • Find a good book! • Search the catalog • Revisit popular series • Think about great authors • Use the Beebe Web Site • Discover other book lists
  • 3. Library Catalog • Author, Subject, Title, or Series
  • 4. Popular Series • Wayside School • Encyclopedia Brown • Boxcar Children • Cam Jansen • Bailey School Kids • A to Z Mysteries • Magic Tree House • My Weird School • Katie Kazoo • George Brown • Time Warp Trio • Junie B. Jones • Judy Moody • Amelia Bedelia • Charlie Bone • Ivy & Bean • Bunnicula • Marvin Redpost • Andrew Lost • Deltora Quest
  • 5. Great Authors • Matt Christopher (sports) • Louis Sachar (humor & realistic fiction) • Judy Blume (fantasy & realistic fiction) • Beverly Cleary (fantasy & realistic fiction) • Gary Paulsen (survival) • Dan Gutman (realistic fiction) • Roald Dahl (fantasy) • Gordon Korman (humor & realistic fiction) • Andrew Clements (realistic fiction)
  • 6. Great Books • Indian in the Cupboard • Clementine • Emma • Tale of Desperaux • Mr. Popper’s Penguins • The Chocolate Touch • How to Eat Fried Worms • Flight to the Mushroom Planet • Birdbrain Amos
  • 7. Bluestem Award • In honor of Big Bluestem, IL’s state prairie grass • May include both timeless classics and current titles • Might have Monarch, Battle, and Rebecca Caudill books • Need to have read 4 books in order to vote
  • 8. Bluestem Nominees 2014-2015 PowerPoint created by Katie Lawrence and Brian Wilson Bluestem Steering Committee Original design by Michelle Johnson This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License. To view a copy of this license, visit http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ or send a letter to Creative Commons, 444 Castro Street, Suite 900, Mountain View, California, 94041, USA.
  • 9. Chained by Lynne Kelly In order to help his family, Hastin takes a job in a circus taking as an elephant caretaker. However, when he discovers that the circus owner is being cruel to a little elephant, he tries to find a way to save the creature! Can he? Set in India! (248 pages)
  • 10. 10 A Dog Called Homeless by Sarah Lean Cally Fisher decides to stop speaking because talking won’t bring back her mother, or get people to listen to her either. After 31 days, Cally sees a vision of her mother, and meets a scruffy dog. Will new friendships and her new dog help Cally begin to hope again? (224 pages)
  • 11. Dogs on Duty: Soldiers’ Best Friends on the Battlefield and Beyond by Dorothy Hinshaw Patent Throughout history, dogs have helped soldiers on the battlefield. Learn how these canine helpers are trained to assist people in the military. Packed with photographs! (48 Non-fiction! pages)
  • 12. Drita, My Homegirl by Jenny Lombard Lonely Drita moves from war-torn Kosovo to New York City where she struggles to learn English. She meets funny rebel Maxie, who has a sad secret she tells no one. Will these two girls overcome their differences and become friends? (135 pages)
  • 13. The Dunderheads by Paul Fleischman, illustrated by David Roberts A bunch of misfit students have the meanest teacher in the world, Miss Breakbone! When she goes too far, they decide it is time to teach her a lesson! Will they pull off their plan? (56 pages) Quick read and funny!
  • 14. Frindle by Andrew Clements Nicholas decides to play a trick on his dictionary-loving teacher by inventing a new word for “pen.” Soon everyone starts using the word “frindle” and his teacher is not happy! Will things spin out of control? (105 pages) Funny!
  • 15. Gregor the Overlander by Suzanne Collins In this action-packed fantasy, Gregor and his 2-year-old sister fall into an underground world. There they meet bats and cockroaches…and evil rats who want to take over the world! Can Gregor save humankind against these vicious rodents? (311 pages) First in a series!
  • 16. If You Lived Here: Houses of the World by Giles Laroche Imagine living inside a mountain, or in a home where you could catch fish from your bedroom window. This book takes you all over the world, showing you the coolest of houses! Which house would you choose as your favorite? (32 pages) Non-fiction!
  • 17. Liar & Spy by Rebecca Stead After he moves into a new apartment building, Georges meets Safer, a boy who says he is a great spy. They start spying on neighbor Mr. X, who may or may not be completely evil! What will they discover about this possibly dangerous man? (180 pages)
  • 18. Lunch Lady and the Cyborg Substitute by Jarrett J. Krosoczka The new substitute teacher seems to be up to no good! Who will save the school? Why, the crime-fighting Lunch Lady and her brave assistant Betty will! Which supercool gadgets will she use to save the day??? A funny graphic novel! (95 pages) Funny, first in a series, and a quick read!
  • 19. Niagara Falls, or Does it by Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver Hank Zipzer does not like to read or write. When asked to compose an essay about his summer vacation, he decides to build a model of Niagara Falls instead! What happens when he shows off his epic project? (137 pages) Funny and first in a series!
  • 20. 20 Night of the Twisters by Ivy Ruckman 12-year old Dan Hatch finds himself at home with his baby brother and his best friend Arthur when tornado sirens begin to go off. Hiding in the basement, the three boys face multiple twisters in a night none of them will ever forget. An exciting story about survival and strength. (160 pages) Based on a true story!
  • 21. 21 The One and Only Ivan by Katherine Applegate Ivan has spent most of his life in a circus-themed mall. He has his art, his friends and he can even watch TV. When a baby elephant is brought in to draw in more customers, Ivan begins to view his life in a new light. Can he find a way to save them all? Newbery Medal Winner. (320 pages) Based on a true story! Short chapters and illustrations.
  • 22. 22 Rich: A Dyamonde Daniel Book by Nikki Grimes, illustrated by R. Gregory Christie Dyamonde Daniel cannot wait to enter the library’s poetry contest with her friend Free. They could do so many great things with the $100 prize! When they discover their classmate, Damaris’ secret, they have to decide whether winning, or helping their new friend is more important. (95 pages)
  • 23. 23 Shiloh by Phyllis Reynolds Naylor When Marty discovers a beagle in the hills behind his house he falls in love at first sight. Unfortunately Shiloh belongs to a cruel man, Judd Travers. As Marty protects Shiloh the secrets and danger grow greater. Read this classic to find out if Marty can ever have Shiloh for good. (144 pages)
  • 24. Small Steps: The Year I Got Polio by Peg Kehret 24 The true story of how Peg Kehret battled polio when she was twelve years old. Surviving the initial paralysis brought on by the illness, Peg then had to learn how to walk again. A story of strength and courage in the face of an uncertain future. (179 pages)
  • 25. The Stonekeeper by Kazu Kibuishi When a terrible creature lures their mother away from their new home, Emily and Navin find themselves on a dangerous mission. They must rescue her from an underground world full of talking animals, robots and demons. (192 pages) 25 First in a graphic novel series!
  • 26. The Truth About Poop by Susan E. Goodman, illustrated by Elwood H. Smith 26 A fascinating look at one of the more private bodily functions. Learn how far a skipper caterpillar can shoot its poop as well as about all of the substitutes there have been for toilet paper in history. Full of hilarious illustrations too! (48 pages)
  • 27. Wild River by P.J. Petersen Ryan, a video game addict, finds himself in a real life adventure when a camping trip with his older brother Tanner goes horribly wrong. Can Ryan save his brother and brave the wilderness on his own? (128 pages) 27
  • 28. Wonderstruck by Brian Selznick 28 This is the story of Ben and Rose. Though they live 50 years apart, both wish for different lives and set out on quests to find what they are missing. Ben’s story is told in words, while Rose’s is told in dynamic illustrations. (608 pages) By the author of The Invention of Hugo Cabret!
  • 29. Which book will you read first? Be sure to read at least four so you can vote!
  • 30. ALA’s Newberry Award • Named for the 18th century bookseller John Newberry • First children’s book award in the world (1921) • Awarded annually to the most distinguished children’s literature published the previous year.
  • 31. Other Lists • Anderson’s Bookshops – Kid’s Picks – Mock Newberry List • Naperville Public Library – General Book Lists – Children’s Book Awards • Lisle Public Library – Literature Links
  • 32. Mr. Mika’s Favorites • Hey, you’re the librarian! What are you reading? • Library Thing • Do you have a recommendation? – Alex Rider Series – Geronimo Stilton – Warriors Series – …and more!
  • 33. LRC Online • Book Lists • Series Books • Books made into Movies • Rebecca Caudill • Anderson’s Book Lists • Naperville Public Library • Mr. Mika’s Favorites!
  • 34. References • Berkeley Township Elementary School. "Battle of the Books." Cartoon. Berkeley Township Elementary School. Zumu, n.d. Web. 5 Sept. 2012. http://www.btboe.org/bts/BTES/Media%20Center/Battle%20 of%20the%20Books/. • Book covers used without permission for promotional purposes in educational setting only. • Book summaries retrieved from Follett’s Titlewave Database: http://www.titlewave.com/login/ • “More old books…” by guldfisken (Creative Commons License: Attribution) http://www.flickr.com/photos/92269864@N00/398144161 • “Stack of Books Design Template” available from Microsoft Online Templates http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/ templates/TC011594401033.aspx?pid=CT101427471033 • School Clipart. "Pupil, Student Reading a Book." Cartoon. Clip Projects. N.p., n.d. Web. 5 Sept. 2012. http://www.clipproject.info/Clipart_Schule_Seite_3.html.