Everett Library Vision
The Everett library strives to inspire curiosity, build critical thinking skills, facilitate information and technology literacy, support content and literacy instruction, promote collaboration and nurture and develop life-long readers.
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Get Ready to Vote in the Library 11/8!
Poetry Slam #1 Coming 11/16 at Lunch
Read a poem you wrote or one written by your favorite poet! Musical interludes will be presented by the jazz band! Sign up with Ms. A.
Banned Book Week!
California Young Reader Medal
Everett Reads book club #2: Booked by Kwame Alexander Wed 9/21
Kimberly McCreight visits 8th graders
Pics from our 1st Poetry Slam!
Ms. Benefiel's class reads to Sanchez Pre-K
Notes from the Awkward Book Club
Mission Science Workshop brings us Whale Week!
I am Malala Book Club on 12/2
Everett Reads Book Club #1: Kwame Alexander's The Crossover
Chelsea Clinton Visits!
Masten poses question to Chelsea Clinton about her new book, It's Your World.
Nightfall Authors Halpern and Kujawinski visit 7th graders!
Teachers: email me if you want to schedule a visit on the calendar!
Pride Book Club: Ami Polonky's Gracefully, Grayson
National Poetry Month! Poem in Your Pocket
Sanchez Reading Buddies
A Whale of a Time! Thanks Mission Science Workshop and Sanchez Elementary!
Author Jessica Brody Visited with 7th Graders Friday, Feb. 27th
Ms. Brody talked about how she learned that "devastations can become opportunities" and how to keep following your dreams.
Mr. Garza's 7th graders and Sanchez students, buddy reading & origami
SFPL Bookmobile on Nov. 18th
Help create the library you want to have by filling out this Student Interest Survey.
Faculty, please fill out your survey here.
Gennifer Choldenko comes to visit on Dec. 4th!
photo source: http://chinookupdate.blogspot.com/2010/06/scbwi-la-conference-faculty-interview_15.html
Gennifer Choldenko, author of the Al Capone Does My Shirts series and No Passengers Beyond this Point is coming to visit! She will talk to 6th graders on Dec.4th after lunch. Parents are welcomed to join if they can.
Everett Reads Jacqueline Woodson's brown girl dreaming in October!
18 students joined us on October 8th to discuss brown girl dreaming. Woodson's memoir is an evocative read about her early childhood growing up in Ohio, South Carolina and New York. Written in free verse, this 300+ page book moves quickly. If you're interested in learning about the strength of a longtime African American family, the beauty of language and the innocence of a little girl growing up, check out this book.
Banned Book Month: Sept./Oct.
In September and October we celebrate our freedom to read and access information--all ideas even unpopular ones. It is time to think about how censorship has caused harm, hurt and damage in the world. Check out the display in they library.