Monthly Archives: October 2009

October Book Club: The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate

What are your thoughts on The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate? This is one of the many books that has some considerable Newbery buzz growing. How do you think it measures up? Can you see your students being engaged by its … Continue reading

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Nov. 18 Library Camp: Call for Facilitators

We’re hosting a library camp or “unconference” for our November 18th general meeting and we’re looking for your expertise. Please consider signing up to facilitate a 30-minute session on 1.) a Web 2.0 tool, 2.) a recent conference you’ve attended, … Continue reading

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October 6 Meeting Recap

The first NYCSLA meeting of the year filled the McKinley Library at PS 63/The Neighborhood School in Manhattan with new and returning members. This is what we did: ratified the new slate of NYCSLA officers outlined the mission and purpose … Continue reading

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NYCSLA Book Club: October Selection

For October, we’ll be reading The Evolution of Calpurnia Tate by Jacqueline Kelly, a middle-grade historical novel that’s getting good Newbery advance buzz. Vice-President Cheryl Wolf had a hankering to read this book when she heard about the opportunity to … Continue reading

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