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Welcome to Our Library!
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welcome
 
 
Happy November! What are you thankful for this year?
 
 

Book Suggestions
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Have you read a book that you think other Northwood students would enjoy?
Please let me know so I can look into adding it to the Library.
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Northwood Bears always have the best book suggestions.
 

Mrs. Bobias is ALWAYS Reading...Top of Page

Mrs. Bobias Virtual Story Time
One Crazy Summer
Other Words for Home
WishTree
My Life as a
Lily & Dunkin
Look Both Ways
Star Wars Day
Louisianas Way Home
Hurricane Child
Out of the Wild Night
Save Me a Seat
Happy National ReardAloud Day
Sparrow
You May Already Be A Winner
Lemons
The Hate You Give
Echo
The Graveyard Book
Summerland
Waiting For Normal
Under the Ashes
Confessions of an Imaginary Friend
Education of Margot Sanchez
rooting for rafael rosales
Ruby Lee & Me
The Girl in the Well is Me
The Astounding Broccoli Boy
The Astounding Broccoli Boy
Forever or a Long Long Time
Mrs. Bobias reading.
We Are Okay

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I VOTED book
putting books away
stay safe
Mrs. Bobias got a huge shipment of NEW books
Mrs. Bobias read this book and LOVES it!
june
Lets go Sharks!
end of year
baseball season!
mary poppins books
science fair books
womens month
book hair helpers
flu season
new books
Dr. Derrick reads to Northwood
rise
sophies squash
turkey trouble
vote
jr librarians
science fair books
get the librarian!
42
new books
book fair
women make history
MLK day
CYRM
wookies who read
a wrinkle in time
wonder
Raina Telgemeier books
Sharkie reads!
SHARKIE!
lets read
   
reading
 
 
Every school year, Northwood's Library opens up to our students and staff. We offer a wide variety of books to enhance literacy, providing a wealth of information, as well as offering a large inventory with many genres to spark up even the most reluctant of readers.
 
During library time, your child will not only listen to great stories, but will have an opportunity to participate in literary discussions. They will listen to book reviews on old favorites and brand new titles just being released. They will also learn how to access information, be able to find these resources, and understand just how important the library can be in helping them to become successful in school.
 
Our goal is to provide our students with a great library experience. We want our students to know that the library is a place where they can find the resources they need to assist them with their studies, learn something new about the world and people around them, and to inspire in them, a "Love of Reading."
 
Sincerely,
Val Bobias
Northwood School Library Media Tech
 
BUSD LMTs and superintendent 2020
BUSD's Library Media Techs and Dr. Fuentes
 
 
 

A footprint made of circuits

 Digital Citizenship

What does your Digital Footprint look like? Now that our children are using more technology at home and in school, we continue to educate them on the importance of using it properly. We will address Digital Citizenship throughout the school year. Cyberbullying, social networking, computer use, and cell phone safety are a few of the subjects we are covering. Feel free to contact your teacher or me if you would like to learn more.
 

Northwood

is a Bully Free Zone!

A police officer holding a stop sign. A message says No Bullies beyond this point.
Words Hurt! Think before you type.
A poster that says Be a Hero, report bullying
 

Exercise Your Brain - READ!

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Visit your local Library.

Read with Astronauts!

Story Time in Space

Story Time from Space.
 
 
Young Reader Medal. Mertitorious Contribution to Literature for Young People.
 
Learn about 2020's winners and 2021's nominations.
 

2020 WINNER!!!

 The Legend of Rock, Paper, Scissors