|This is a sad shelf|
- We're back to the full push of summer this week! The local summer camp/school visited twice. On their official visit on Wednesday I gave them cutouts to make superheroes. We had a smaller group at Lego Club - people enjoying the fine weather and pool while they can probably.
- Friday was rather exhausting. I worked in the children's gardens and we have reached 943 in summer reading sign-ups.
- Working on the series spreadsheet and collection development
- Updated 1,000 Books Before Kindergarten and finished the first draft of 500 Books Before Middle School
- Working on updating training materials, evaluating and scheduling staff for August.
|This is a happy shelf!|
Yes, I am hilarious
and my staff loves me
- Rise of the earth dragon - sequels
- Rick Riordan, Tunnels, Hypnotist
- "good book" - recommended Paul Dowswell, Skulduggery Pleasant, and Churchill Club
- Travel books for London and Paris
- Doctor Ted - we don't own it, so I recommended Here comes doctor hippo and here comes doctor firefighter instead
- Teen beach movie 2 (no, I'm not buying it)
- Vampire Kisses manga - no more, so I showed some of the other things we had.
- Choose your own adventure type books - I showed them Twisted Journeys, original choose your own adventure, and Can you survive but they were all a little too scary. Then I remembered we had some Club Penguin Pick Your Path and those were perfect.
- "the dog book" after staring blankly into space I suddenly remembered it was a Disney Palace Pets book she was asking for. Yay me! I may not remember my own name, but I remember a book I saw for 30 seconds last week...
- Specific request for Can You Survive? I need more of these
- School visit - Harry Potter, American Girl, Mermaid Tales, Princess in Black, Nascar, Baby animals, My Big Fat Zombie Goldfish, Star Wars, Choose your own adventure, Twisted Journeys, books with local interest, Critter Club and more.
- Jurassic park books for preschoolers. Um....dinosaur books?
- Reluctant reader who likes to sew - Jeanology and Generation T
- Lots of interest in Extreme Adventures now that I have the new covers.