Thursday, January 2, 2014

New Displays

With the new year comes new library displays! Check it out!

A similar display was on Pinterest--that's where the basic idea came from--but our version includes specific titles based on our most circulated titles. Recognize any?

Looking for Monopoly favorites like Go to Jail or Free Parking? We have those versions on our Book-opoly, too!
Interested in seeing the whole game board? Just stop by the library to check it out. 

The second new display features winter or "snowy" titles, including the popular Trapped by Northrup and a new addition, Dogs of Winter by Pyron:

Like the poster says, there's "snow" better time to stop by to check out a book!

28 comments:

  1. Hey! I'm a fifth grade teacher in Joplin, Missouri. I'm trying to get some book challenges started in my classroom. Could you email any resources on your Book-opoly I'm really interested in understanding how that works.
    brianneberry@joplinschools.org
    Thanks so much!

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  2. I love your bulletin board! Would you be willing to email me the documents? clangford@gcsd.k12.sc.us

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  3. Hi, I'm an instructional coach and am always seeking out creative ways to motivate our students to read. I love this idea! Would you mind emailing documents and information regarding Book-opoly? Thanks!

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    1. Hi, Unknown. I'd love to share what I have, but I don't have your contact information...can you email me at sellis@dc-grimes.k12.ia.us or sandi.ellis@dcgschools.com so I can reply with Book-opoly items? Thanks!

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  4. I would love the book-opoly info as well. Thanks very much. lkruk@chinooksd.ca

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  5. Would you be willing to share your Book-opoly bulletin board items? I would love a copy! vinzj@bdusd.org

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  6. This is an amazing idea. I am the Library director for a very small rural public library. I would love to try this. Would you mind sharing the information with me. My email is bcl@srcaccess.net. Thanks!

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  7. I would also love to know a little more about book-opoly if you don't mind sharing! nadoteenlibrary@gmail.com

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  8. Hi there!! The Bookopoly is a great idea. I am a Library Director for a small rural town in Texas. I would love some more information on your Bookopoly display. I would like to incorporate it into my library. My e-mail address is bcl@srcaccess.net. Thank you so much!

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  9. Also interested in your Bookopoly, it looks amazing. hmerrill@fmi.com Thank you for any help or information you are able to share!

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  10. Hi there- your book-opoly looks awesome I would love more information as well. j9godfrey@yahoo.com Thank you!

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  11. How fun! I will be a first year library teacher in a middle school next year and am looking for ways to motivate students to read other than AR! I would love the resources or just information about how you run this! Email is kwhite@usd353.com. Thank you!

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  12. Hi, would loved these for this year neven.holland@memphistr.org

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  13. Could you email me the bookopoly info and how it works? Im the youth librarian at a public library and am always looking for interesting ideas. I love this. My email is nwpubliclibrary@aol.com thank you

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  14. Hello! Love this display! Would you please email the info and how it works to me? srockwelldalton@dbqschools.org
    Thank you!!

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  15. I love this display too ! I work in a public library in Christchurch, New Zealand, and would be very keen to get a Book-Opoly display up in our Childrens' and/or Young Adult areas. Please email details to lisa.sanger@ccc.govt.nz

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  16. I am a middle school librarian looking for ideas. The Bookopoloy looks fantastic. Can you email me more information about this? grayah@lcsedu.net
    Thanks!

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  17. I am an elementary school librarian - I would love to put the "Bookopoly" bulletin up for students as a "Welcome to the Library" at the start of this school year. If you're willing to share - I would love to borrow your idea!! Please send info to my email - donna.mcghee@nelson.kyschools.us THANKS!!!!

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  18. Would you be willing to share your information and items about book-opoly? If so I would love it! mghargis@sbcglobal.net

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  19. I am a PreK-12 school librarian, and I would LOVE your Bookopoly documents! I think this is an excellent way to start the new school year! Thanks.
    mlee@meisd.org

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  20. Love the idea, could you or would you be willing to share your Bookopoly documents with me. I work at a public school K-12. Would love to try this. My email is rwines1@bangorvikings.org. Thank you:)

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  21. Would you please email the documents to me? I would appreciate it. Aschoen@bcps.org

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  22. I love this! Would you email me the Bookopoly documents you use? sbritton@lonedell.org

    Thanks!

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  23. this is awesome. Would you mind sharing... I am in the children's room of our library and I am stuck for a fun September display.
    catherine.parrillo@mopl.org

    thank you

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  24. Love your Bookopoly idea. I am interested in adapting it for my two elementary libraries this fall if you are willing to point me in the right direction. I can be contacted at cschroec@pointschools.net. Thanks for sharing this great idea!

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  25. I also love this idea! I would love more information, also, please. My email is melugins@Pryor schools.org. Thank you very much!

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  26. I would also love more information please. Thanks so much! dshannon@clarkcounty.k12.mo.us

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