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June 21, 2022

POSTERS: Surprise, Surprise! When it Comes to Reading, Is Scarier Better?

June 1, 2022

Plan Ahead for Next Year: 10 Read Alouds That Will Keep Your Most Reluctant Readers Reading

May 5, 2022

How to Know You’re Ready for the Best Library Program: GoAlexandria!

When you find yourself wanting quicker ways to work and share library materials, Alexandria provides it. Here's a quick look at 12 things to celebrate about GoAlexandria Library.
April 1, 2022

7 Great Reasons to Love Alexandria’s Slideshows

Save time, streamline efficiencies, and help reading soar districtwide! What better way to showcase new books than with a quick, 5-words of code and post?
March 11, 2022

Banned Books Wanted Posters

Due to popular demand, we made some more “Wanted” posters to showcase books that have been challenged or banned. Download and print these posters for your library and help us fight for our right to read!
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February 7, 2017

Facts About Charles Dickens

Happy Birthday Charles Dickens! Here are a few facts that you may have never knew about of one the greatest and recognizable English writers of all time. Dickens loved going for walks. In fact, he would sometimes walk up to 20 miles outside of town. Though at times Charles lived […]
November 22, 2017

12 Days of Christmas – Librarian Edition

Check out our 12 Days of Christmas - Librarian Edition! We have holiday lesson plans, activities, display ideas, facts and more for your Library.
December 28, 2017
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Best Short Stories to Read Right Now!

Reading short stories has many benefits! Check out these five short stories to get your middle and high school students reading.
January 5, 2018
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31 Brain Teasers to Use in Your Library Lesson Plans This January!

The brain! The most important organ for it powers the human body. From controlling actions and reactions to allowing us to think, feel, and remember. Taking Descartes quote literally “I think therefore I am.” Our thoughts create our humanity and its cognitive capability is what sets us apart from other species. And just like any muscle in our body, we need to exercise our brain power regularly.