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          November

     

    Check out this space each week to see what we are reading and learning in the Frederiksen Library!   

     

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    November is Native American Heritage Month and we are focused on the character trait of Empathy  Here are the  books we read last week.

     

     
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    Frederiksen Elementary will be participating in the #onecityonebook program this year.  More details to come!

     
    sealbiliteracy   Frederiksen Elementary recently purchased nearly $2,000 worth of 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!     
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    Check out @FredLibrarian on Twitter!  Learn what we are reading in the library and get special recommendations by Mrs. Sevilla! 
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     Our Scholastic Book Fair will be held in the library December 2-6.  Click here for more information!

     
    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

     

    Our Six Flags Read to Succeed program will run through December through February.  More details to follow.

     
     Mrs. Sevilla and Mac Barnett
     
     
     
    MRS. SEVILLA GOT TO MEET AUTHOR 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
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    Mrs. Sevilla's visit with author Jon Agee!

     

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

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     Reading is fun!
     
    LIBRARY NEWS 
     
    Recommended reading sites for kids
     
     
    Recommended articles for grown-ups
     
     
     
     
     
    Check out these local summer reading programs:
     
     
     
                                               
     
    A child who reads will be an adult who thinks.
    ~Unknown
     
    We all can dance,” he said, “if we find the music that we love.”
    – Giraffes Can’t Dance, Giles Andreae
     
      
    Library Hours
     
    Monday-Friday
    8:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M.
     
    Staff
     
    Name: Lori Sevilla
    Title: Media Technician
    Email Address: sevillalori@dublinusd.org
    Phone Number: (925) 828-1037 ext. 5217