Greenbriar Middle SchoolBrampton, Ontario 36 / 568 Books Given
Principal Marta Mulhern
Our LLC is in the process of improving our collection to include more books that are meaningful and will inspire connections for students. We want students to have choices that are relevant and present day.
Diary of a wimpy kid (all)
Geronimo Stilton (all)
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As a new teacher to Greenbriar Middle School, I visit the LLC several times a week and my students ask to visit just as often. I know that seeing a new book in the library is a very exciting moment because it represents the opportunity to explore new worlds and new adventures. I read daily as ...
Reading is important to me because it helps me learn new vocabulary and helps me expand my knowledge
My mother was an avid reader. Every night, I can remembered her curled up on a couch (or later, in her "reading chair", which was a very large and plush chair that she purchased specifically for it's coziness and she placed it in front of two windows in our living room to have the brightest ...
My love of reading began when I was very young. I remember being obsessed with books in a series like Babysitters club, sweet valley high, and Nancy drew. When I became a teacher those obsessions continued...but I also now love building my class library with books that my students love and ...
My mother was the biggest influence on my early reading life. My parents faced economic challenges when my brother and I were young, so there wasn't money for toys or expensive entertainment. But my mother would take us to the public library every week and never set limits on the number of ...
For the love of reading! (Like our son, who always has his nose in a book - adventures await!)
The Golden Compass was the first book I really fell in love with. I got it as a gift and in true child fashion I disregarded it as “looking boring”. Then when we had to pick a silent reading book for school I grabbed it. I was transported into the unique and rich story and got lost in the ...
I support Greenbriar Middle School because as a parent volunteer in the library, I am aware of all the excitement and enthusiasm that the students show towards reading, book fairs and other special programs that are extensions of the library learning commons.
Reading is very important to me because when you read you expand your vocabulary and you learn to develop your own style of writing. As a teacher, I encourage my students to read any kind of text that interests them, always providing choice. This keeps students more engaged since they chose ...