Wednesday, February 15, 2012

How to make a librarian happy (Part 3.1)

Last week was the Scholastic book fair at the school.  After all the parent-teacher conferences were done and nearly everyone had left for the weekend, I shopped with our previously earned Scholastic Dollars.  The library has benefited well from these fundraisers.  It's enough of a haul that I'm going to break this into at least two posts, to not completely bog down page loading times.

(All photos are by me. Most links are to Goodreads; some are to Amazon.)

Replacements for lost items

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days and The Last Straw
Dork Diaries: Tales from a Not-So-Popular Party Girl

Dinosaur Record Breakers
Splish, Splash, Splat!

Girly books for teens and tweens
Top row:
I So Don't Do Mysteries
Wishful Thinking
Green Heart
The Pale Assassin
Bottom row:
What Happened to Goodbye
Tomorrow Girls #1-4

Graphic novels
Excalibur: The Legend of King Arthur
Anya's Ghost

  Books for boys
Sasquatch (by Roland Smith, whose books get read a lot in my library)

Ocean and Sea
Pierre the Penguin
The World's Strangest Animals
Sharks & Underwater Monsters
Mythical Monsters
(Some of these are Scholastic exclusives.)

Fairly Fairy Tales
A Value Tales Treasury

Assorted nonfiction
Monster Trucks
Ripley's Believe It or Not: Strikingly True
T Is for Titanic
Stay tuned for more children's books!

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