But, back to my praise of our elementary school's librarian--who neither wears glasses and isn't even in the hemisphere of 60 years of age.
She has been at the school for a few years now, and Gracie and her classmates have worked very hard on different projects for the library including an interactive tour!
|Gracie's interactive tour poster in the library|
|Filmed 2014, Gracie and classmates show you how to use the school library|
|March 2015. Gracie reads Seuss to Kindergarteners|
to get to know this great woman, whom both my children adore.
And, while she was already tops in our book, she got blasted off the charts when she ordered the Frozen chapter book series for the library AND brought Gracie the coveted third installment (the only one she hasn't read yet) to her classroom today and allowed her to be the FIRST person to ever check it out.
Gracie could not wait to come home and tell me all about it, and while I expected her to read it for homework, she announces she has already finished it!
Mrs. Banton, this isn't the first time--but you made her day. Thanks for being such and awesome and dedicated librarian.
And guess what? It is library appreciation month, and the 4th was National School Librarian Day! We may have missed it that day (Spring Break), but we are singing her praises (at least out loud on a blog) today.