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    On Monday, March 5th, the Cascadia Flaming Falafels took third place in the semi-finals round of the Global Reading Challenge hosted by the Seattle public Library. Our team, a mix of 4th and 5th graders, competed against other elementary schools at the downtown branch, answering trivia questions about the ten books they read. We are proud of their hard work and sportsmanship! Other Library News: Classes will be introduced to the Caledecott and Newbery award winners for 2018. We will examine past winners and write a brief reflection on our favorite picture book. Please stop by and check one out!  Student Choice Voting: All 1st and 2nd grade classes will participate in voting for the Washington State Children's Choice Picture Book for 2018. We will finish reading the nominees and vote on our favorite by early April. 3rd, 4th and 5th grade students will also have an opportunity to vote for the WA Library association's student choice award (The Sasquatch award) as well as the NW Library Association's student choice award (Young Readers Choice Award). If the students have read four or more of the nominated titles they may cast a vote. In early April, we will hold a voting party to celebrate the students who participated. A List of the nominated titles can be found here http://www.wla.org/wla-book-awards Stay tuned for the winners! WLA Book Awards www.wla.org WLA Book Awards The School Library Division proudly sponsors four book awards: The William C. Towner Award: Informational text for grades 2-6, open nominations ... 2018 Sasquatch Nominees - Washington Library Association www.wla.org WLA Book Awards | Sasquatch Book Award |Sasquatch News | Nominees | How to Nominate | Promotional Ideas | Sasquatch Award History | The Committee
    Posted by aebirinyi  On Apr 27, 2018 at 10:31 AM
      
    Thank you to all who were able to attend the book fair last night hosted by Phinney Books! There was a great selection of books available and they have agreed to continue the book fair via phone or in person at the store until May 8th. Any purchases made between now and then will go towards Cascadia so if you missed us or just didn't find that book you were looking for, please do visit them or give them a call. We will still take donations for Emerson Elementary school as well if you're interested in helping them build their collection. Please contact Mrs. Bodmer directly for that. Thanks again for all your support and happy reading!   Phinney Books 7405 Greenwood Ave. N (206) 297-2665 http://www.phinneybooks.com
    Posted by aebirinyi  On Apr 27, 2018 at 10:30 AM
      
     
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