Edison Elementary
Library Resource Center


@ Your Library

 

 Weekly Library Schedule 

 Monday

  1. Bradshaw, Room 25
  2. Gerbens, Room 24
  3. Scharpen, Room 32
  4. Delmoe, Room 33
  5. Schams, Room 14
  6. Soloff, Room 17
  7. Gramstad, Room 1
  8. Smith, Room 18
  9.  Tuesday 

  10. Park, Room 27
    P. Warren, Room 23
  11. Hedges, Room 28
  12. K. Peterson, Room 04
  13. Freshley, Room 35 
  14. Charnofsky, Room 20
  15.  
  16. Wednesday

  17. H. Warren, Room 11
  18. D'Anna, Room 09
  19. Ferris, Room 2
  20.  Goff, Room 34
  21. Rednour, Room 9
  22. Powell, Room 7
  23.  
  24. Thursday

  25. Robertson, Room 21
  26. Weddle, Room 03
  27. Witt, Room 13
  28. Luebbert, Room 12
  29. Donohue, Room 19
  30. Banister, Room 10  
  31. Friday

  32.  

 

 

 Battle of the Books Information

Battle of the Books is a voluntary reading program for elementary fifth and sixth grade students.

Students read four district selected books throughout the school year. They then participate in teams

in three battles during the year at our school. Each battle will include questions from four of the

Battle of the Books titles. This is a fun program that promotes reading.

First Battle

Wednesday, November 4th

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Second Battle

February 3rd

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Third Battle

April 6th

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Battle of the Books 2014-2015 

Titles in  Battle I  

Hatchet, Paulsen

Jeremy Thatcher, Dragon Hatcher, Colville

Poppy, Avi

Ella Enchanted, Levine

Titles in  Battle 2

Riding Freedom, Munoz Ryan

 Because of Winn Dixie, DiCamillo

City of Ember, DuPrau

Chasing Vermeer, Balliett

  Titles in  Battle 3

Rules, Lord

Captain Nobody, Pitchford

Doll Bones, Black

The Unwanted, MacMann

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 How to improve reading

How do we become better readers?

We become better readers the same way we improve at other skills:

We need to practice!

Reading Goals

  • To improve reading skills
  • To provide an opportunity for all students to read independently 
  • To ensure success for each student as a reader
  • To build student's self-confidence 
  • To inspire a love of reading
  • To develop lifelong learners