News and Information







    Hello Panthers!  Welcome to a new school year!  We are currently working on best practices for library book circulation and will keep you updated as policies are created.  In the meantime, feel free to click on any of the links on this page to access online learning, activities, writing, games, and of course reading!     








    Get ready for our upcoming Follett ebook fair!  

    Dates: October 1-16

    All purchases help Fred buy more books for our library!

    Purchases will be shipped to Fred and will be distributed during contactless classroom materials distribution


    Link to Flyer

    Link to Preview Video

    Link to ebook Fair

    Find your Teacher Wish List 



    Do you like to code?  Check out


    and create stories, games, and animation!




    The following sites offer support and helpful hints for parents navigating distance learning:



    YouTube video 

    (filmed early in the year but still has some useful tips) 

    A Guide for Parents teaching at home 

    40 Homeschooling Tools and Resources 








    Check out DPIE for online chess,  STEAM classes, and other learning opportunities.



           Actors reading children's books:


    A compilation of resources from Kate Messner, author of the Ranger in Time series 

    Scholastic online resources for families and teachers



    Illustrator Jarret Lerner is updating this list frequently.  If your student loves to draw/write/create I highly recommend this page.



         Oakland Zoo At-Home Activities

     Activities from Jessie Sima, author of Not Quite Narwhal and Love, Z 

     Dav Pilky (author of Dog Man and Captain Underpants has a page of activities related to his books:   

    Excellent listing of authors and illustrators reading their stories using Facebook and Instragram Live.  These videos stay up for about a day so you can access them at a time convenient for you 


    Activities across all subjects.  Includes ways students can Facetime each other:



     From Bay Area Children's Theater:











    sealbiliteracy   Frederiksen Elementary was granted over $2,000 to purchase picture books in multiple languages for our students who would like to explore literature in languages other than English.  We are proud to support the Path to Biliteracy program!     
    Tweet, tweet!  
    Check out @FredLibrarian on Twitter!  Learn what we are reading in the library and get special recommendations by Mrs. Sevilla! 


     Our Spring Scholastic Book Fair has ended, however you can still order books online through the end of the year.  Fred will receive 2% of sales!  Thank you for your support of our library program!

    novel    Fred Students got to experience picture books using Novel EffectThey loved it and we plan on using again later in the year.  I highly recommend this free app to enhance your read alouds!   
     Six Flags


     Tickets were virtually distributed the second week of May.  

     Mrs. Sevilla and Mac Barnett
    Mac Barnett, author of President Taft is Stuck in the Bath, Sam and Dave Dig a Hole, Chloe and the Lion, Leo a Ghost Story and many other titles was at Hicklebee's Book Store and signed books for Fred! 
     Chloe the Lion This book is fun to read!
     Leo A Ghost Story

    Mrs. Sevilla's visit with author Jon Agee!


    Jon Agee signed his latest book, Lion Lessons, to Fred students!

     Reading is fun!
    Recommended reading sites for kids
    Recommended articles for grown-ups
    Reading is an exercise in empathy; an exercies in walking in someone else's shoes for a while.
    ~Malorie Blackman
    We all can dance,” he said, “if we find the music that we love.”
    – Giraffes Can’t Dance, Giles Andreae
    Library Hours
    8:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
    Name: Lori Sevilla
    Title: Media Technician
    Email Address: sevillalori@dublinusd.org
    Phone Number: (925) 828-1037 ext. 5217