I post about Audiobook Sync every year, but every year it's worth posting about! This is a free program to keep teens and young adults engaged with books over the summer. For 16 weeks, the program offers free, high-quality audiobooks for download. There are two each week, and they are paired to provide a meaningful … Continue reading Free Teen Audiobooks!
I'll be presenting tonight and tomorrow at the Tennessee Association of School Librarians. If you're coming to The Novel Conversation event tonight, I look forward to meeting you. Likewise, I can't wait to share "Curiosity Meets the Printed Page" tomorrow at 4!
Like I've written before, the librarians always introduce me to the coolest things. And apparently, the coolest thing this year is Breakout Boxes. They were all over both conventions I went to. It's sort of like those escape the room challenges--you have a locked box., with a variety of locks. You have a clues to … Continue reading It’s a Breakout!
One of my favorite parts of summertime is visiting with school librarians and media specialists at their conferences. I always get so many cool ideas by stepping out of my "science teacher" world and into theirs. So I can't wait to see what I learn next week. I'll also be offering a bit of science … Continue reading Summer with the School Librarians
I know I have a lot of school librarians who follow this blog. And I came across a page provocatively titled "Fun Resources for Librarians," and what should follow but a listing of movies, music videos (seriously?), jokes, etc. that feature librarians. So here it is. You're welcome.
It's been such a busy summer that I haven't posted about any of my work. But I would definitely be remiss if I didn't mention my upcoming appearance at the summer reading finale for the Cobb County Libraries. It's open to the public, and everyone is welcome. You can see the line-up here, and it … Continue reading Fizz, Boom, Read!