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A new year, a new look library!

Hello and welcome to the library blog for 2016! This year, I am beginning my 25th year of teaching, as well as my 10th year working in the library. It certainly doesn't seem like that much time has passed! I am very fortunate to have seen so many students graduate from MOPS in my time here (even some of our current parents and staff!) and am looking forward to another creative year working with the students of 2016.

Showcasing the Library

Have you been checking out the library Twitter page? In the past few weeks, I have uploaded lots of photos of Spike the Librosaurus' adventures, as well as a holiday video! It has been lovely to read comments from some of the classes, who have really become involved with the whole project. Spike's video can be seen at:

Book Week Activity Day (plus a Book Club explanation)

Book Week is from 22-28 August. This year's theme is "Books Light Up Our World".  Teachers will be sharing their favourite books on our Twitter page over the next few days, so feel free to go and check them out. Which books light up your world?

Book Week, Book Club and an adventurous dinosaur!

Hello everyone! 

This term is the Book Week term and all classes have been previewing the shortlisted titles. The students have picked their "first impression" winners and their results graphs are up on the library twitter page -@MopsBooks. It will be interesting to see if their votes change after a more detailed look at each book. Our special Book Week activity day will be held on Monday 24th August. More details will be coming, so keep watching the blog, twitter page and newsletter!

Getting Creative!

This is an exciting term in the library, because it's Book Week term! The theme for Book Week this year is "Books light up our world." I can't wait to discover which books light up the worlds of the students - and the teachers too! Keep an eye out here on the blog (and also on our Twitter page @mopsbooks) for upcoming Book Week posts.


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