Hi! I would like to submit a book for your historical fiction list: Moon Tears. It is the story of an American girl's survival during World War II and is based on true events. More info can be found here: www.tenstorybooks.com. I do school visits with middle graders and would love to have it available to those looking for a good MG WWII book. Thanks so much for your consideration!
I'll add these books this weekend. Those are wonderful suggestons. I'm ashamed to have missed them. And, thank you for making me ponder how to add a place for suggestions in our lists. I'll think how I can work it in within the limits of our website. Perhaps the easiest way is through the comments.
Thank you. I wanted to suggest two to consider for your list that we especially loved. Icefall by Matthew Kirby and Code Talker by Joseph Bruchac. Both were great in their audio versions (hearing the Navajo language in Code Talker really added another dimension to that one).Thanks again!
Yes, updating is on our to-do-list. Thanks for letting us know you appreciate the list.
As a homeschooling parent, I wanted to let you know that I appreciate this list of great historical fiction and look forward to seeing it kept updated.
And we appreciate our wonderful library visitors.
I have visit it. It has a lot of books in the different categories. I really appreciate them for maintaining their collection.
Thanks you for the site suggestion.
Our dances are really fun for everyone. Heberton Hall is a great place for dancing. We have dances once a month and other groups rent the hall for dances too. Library dances are always free. Other groups may have an admission charge.
Wow it was great fun there. They have stoped us for dancing as it was not the right place for dancing but we can have fun with increasing litracy skills.
I found this article very useful regarding kids group games and icebreakers
Happy to hear that the Ladybug Award Nominations Announced for the year. This article proved to a great source of information.
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I am really excited to read the novel “Where the Mountain Meets the Moon” after reading this post. I am sohappy that it received the Newbery Honor. I am sure that t is going to be a treat. Thanks a lot for the post aswell as the video. Keep sharing.
Gingerbread house building workshop is a program conducted by keene public library to find and promote the artistic skills of children under the age group of 15. Good to know that, the program was a great success and hundreds of students participated in it.
What a fantastic idea - I bet you had a library full of honking and roaring dragons by the end of that! Would you mind if I shared this idea on my blog for other dragon lovers to use? http://www.dragonsandthings.co.uk/