Books written in letters #library display

Spring is crazy in our library, so I’ve gotten a few weeks behind on posting about our recent displays.  A few weeks ago we featured fiction written in letters and epistolary novels. I learned that epistolary novels are told in letters, telegrams, newspaper stories, etc.  Dracula is actually told this way.  I’ve loved Regarding the…

Beyond Superheroes- graphic non-fiction #librarydisplay

There seem to be more and more graphic non-fiction books being published- biographies, history, science, and more.  It’s a great format for some more difficult topics like the Holocaust since sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words. We put together this display of almost our entire graphic non-fiction collection.   I put the books…

Nevertheless SHE persisted #librarydisplay

Though this current saying may seem political, it fits perfectly with a Women’s History Month display.  The women in these books have persisted, nevertheless. I usually change my displays after school on Fridays, and I was heartened to see two girls examining the books on this display as I walked in on Monday morning.  Girls still…

Guess this theme of this display answer

The answer to the “guess the theme” from last week’s display was “homonyms and homophones”.  Pairs or trios of book titles had words like “seen” and “scene” or “to”, “too” and “two”. We had about 15 correct answers.  The correct guesses came from people who had the time and patience to stand in front of…