Un-BEE-Lievable Science: A bee themed lesson plan for grades 3 – 6

Note: While the lesson plan and program guide for Un-BEE-Lievable are complete, some of the resources are a work in progress. Because the program fits in perfectly with children’s summer programs (especially in Canada where the 2019 SRC theme is Natural World), I decided to post it as early as possible. I will update with… Read More Un-BEE-Lievable Science: A bee themed lesson plan for grades 3 – 6

Book Reviews – October 2018

NetGalley Reviews I have started reviewing advanced reading copies of books for NetGalley! If you’re a librarian and you’re not part of this amazing service, I highly recommend joining. You can request copies of upcoming books and read them on your Kindle, computer, or phone. I will be using the ARCs to inform purchasing decisions… Read More Book Reviews – October 2018

What I Loved #19 New YA edition: Caraval, The Thousandth Floor, Queens of Geek, The One Memory of Flora Banks, Holding Up the Universe

I have been on a roll lately with YA Lit! Since I order all the books for the children’s and teen sections, I’m always looking forward to the next great thing, and this month I found a bunch. Check these out if you love YA, and be ready to talk about them if you work… Read More What I Loved #19 New YA edition: Caraval, The Thousandth Floor, Queens of Geek, The One Memory of Flora Banks, Holding Up the Universe

Pokemon Scavenger Hunt in the Library

Pokemon Go is taking over and kids are flocking to the library pokestop! Pokemon Go is the combination of so many things the library supports: gaming, imagining magical creatures, and getting to know your community. I’ve been playing the game (a lot) in my personal time, and I’ve really enjoyed exploring my neighbourhood and meeting… Read More Pokemon Scavenger Hunt in the Library