After reading LaBella Reina’s post on IG, I entered a frequent library patron in the fitness enthusiast’s contest. This specific gym queen is beautiful both inside and out. LaBella Reina graciously posted about her contest to help three children for the holidays. She asked that contestants write a description about why the nominee is special and why the child should be selected. True to her word, LaBella Reina emailed back with some questions pertaining to the child’s favorite activities and later mailed a gift box.… Visit the author's original post
“What’s your favorite subject?” a child’s mother asked. “Library,” he told me he answered. “Library isn’t a class,” the mom promptly responded. “Oh, yes it is,” he answered. Oh, yes it it!!!
In the school library, I am able to teach research and information literacy skills. Students learn how to evaluate information and find resources. They begin to appreciate literature in new ways. Scholars are able to explore subjects they may have an interest in and expand their thinking. Several special education classes have been also able to learn how to relax, breathe calmly through difficult situations with other classmates or teachers that frustrate them and to let it roll right off.… Visit the author's original post