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Barbara Boyer’s Books
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I am reading The Sky Village by Monk and Nigel Ashland. It is a fascinating futuristic science fiction novel involving humans, robots gone rogue, and beasts taking back over the land. These three beings are warring against one another in … Continue reading
Sometimes I do feel like Mrs. Buckett from the British comedy “Keeping Up Appearances” with 3 different blogs. Lately I have been working on establishing a new middle school library blog at SAS. Check out what I have been working … Continue reading
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I just saw the last Harry Potter last night at our local home town theatre in Burnsville, NC. The tears I shed were for the ending of an era. I have been a librarian for 16 years. Most of those … Continue reading
Little Star Magazine Article that I wrote about reading for pleasure. I have been exploring my writing abilities more this year. I have a long way to go, but I hope that what I have written has been helpful to … Continue reading
I am looking forward to having a few minutes to talk about how we can connect with students about reading through some online tools like Shelfari, Librarything, and Destiny Quest. The slideshow below is an outline..more for it the Internet … Continue reading
I have been excited about the use of the Green Screen and will hopefully be using it to put 1st graders inside their books! Steps: Session 1: Read David McPhail’s Edward and the Pirates…How a boy learns to read by … Continue reading
I first heard about a K-12 international school in Korea attempting to go paperless in 2008. I have to say that my first reaction was horror. I had pictures in my mind of the loss of seeing children on the … Continue reading
Barbara’s Book Buzz… The Emperor of Nihon Ja by John Flanagan…#10 in the Ranger’s Apprentice series. Fast paced adventures books for ages 9+ (Boys really like this series) Yet another satisfying adventure of Will, Horace, and Halt. As with the … Continue reading