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I’m the librarian, Mrs. Shah and I would like to welcome you to EARTHS Magnet School Library!
Our library collection has over 13,000 titles available to students for check-out and another 5,000 core lit and classroom sets titles. Core lit books are available for teachers to use in their classrooms with the students. Students have the opportunity to visit the library with their class each week. During library time I will share great works of literature with students and then students are allowed to select books to borrow. I look forward to sharing my love of reading and exploring new adventures through stories.
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California Young Reader Medal
California Young Reader Medal nominees are read in the library. After all five books are read, the students get to vote for their favorite book. The votes are sent to the CYRM office, tallied, and the winner is announced shortly afterwards.
On Meadowview Street
written and illustrated by Henry Cole. Greenwillow Books, 2007.
The Odd Egg
written and illustrated by Emily Gravett. Simon and Schuster Books for Young Readers, 2009.
The Surprising Tale of a Girl Who Floated
written by Florence Heide. Illustrated by Lane Smith. Schwartz & Wade Books, 2009.
I Need My Monster
written by Amanda Noll. Illustrated by Howard McWilliam. Flashlight Press, 2009.
Past Winners and Nominees
Primary Booklist (includes Winners and Nominees)
Intermediate Booklist (includes Winners and Nominees)
Middle School/Junior High Booklist (includes Winners and Nominees)
Young Adult Booklist (includes Winners and Nominees)
Picture Books for Older Readers Booklist (includes Winners and Nominees)
Watch for my third book, THE OCEAN-FRIENDLY PANDA.