21st Century Library Media Center
Amy Csorny, Library Media Specialist

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Babylon Junior Senior High School

       BJHS Summer Reading Resources 2014

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Take the 

Summer Reading Survey!

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Summer Reading Symbaloo 

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Register for

 New York Senate's

Summer Reading Program

through

Senator Phil Boyle, 4th District

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Stop in and say hello!

 Mrs. Amy Csorny, Library Media Specialist

Mrs. Gail Lemanski, Library Clerk

Mr. Al Cirone, Principal

acsorny@babylonufsd.org 

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Ready for a challenge?

Common Core-ner
Can you make the connection?

Gamers, check this out:

The YALSA 2014 HUB Reading Challenge began February 3rd. I've decided to accept the challenge. Participants must read 25 award winners by June 22. Books to read for the challenge are listed on YALSA's HUB Challenge website. If you're up to a challenge, click the badge above to check it out. 

Gen i Revolution is an online game for Middle and High School students. It contains 15 "missions" that build financial skills while you play. Mission topics include credit, budgeting and investing for the future. Click the image above to get started.

On Valentine's Day, gift a good read!

A Quick Look Around the LMC...

TEEN READ WEEK 2013 

@ BJSHS LMC

Check out our mystery readers...how many do you know?

 

YALSA TEEN'S TOP TEN 2013

This year's Teen's Top Ten was selected by teens like you. Check these out and see if you agree.

 Read all through the year to prepare to vote on the nominees for 2014, to be announced in April.

Hint: Anyone thinking Dickens?

Common Core Standard: Responding to Literature

CCW11: Create a presentation, art work, or text in response to a literary work with a commentary that identifies connections and explains divergences from the original.

a. Make well-supported personal, cultural, textual, and thematic connections across genres.

b. Create poetry, stories, plays, and other literary forms (e.g. videos, art work).

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