Franklin Street Public SchoolMarkham, Ontario 140 / 550 Books Given
Principal Greig Black Franklin Street Public School is one of the oldest schools in York Region and the school and many of its resources are old and very well used. We are working to revitalize the Library and classroom libraries so our students can enjoy and learn from up to date books that are interesting and match the current curriculum in a dynamic learning hub. We also have created a Makerspace in the Library allowing students to be creative and inquire through hands on experience. In this flexible learning environment, the students need a variety of resources and tools to support their ongoing learning
1) Any graphic novel
2) Diary of a Wimpy Kid series
3) Harry Potter
4) And Then It Happened series
5) Seven Series
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Dr. Seuss All The Place You'll Go I read this when I was young. My teacher helped me to make valuable connections on how to overcome and face challenges.
My parents would read to me at night and this made me fall in love with stories which later lead me to be an avid reader (especially of fantasy and sci-fi).
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. My third grade teacher introduced us to this book and I immediately fell in love with reading from that moment on. I also fell in love with chocolate. I remember how excited the entire class was to read a chapter every day. It was one of the few times the ...
The Little Mole Who Knew It Was None of His Business has had the biggest impact on my life for several reasons. First, it taught myself and my students that reading can be fun. Second, reading and writing is the most fun when we use the appeal or assault on our senses. The descriptions of the ...
Reading is important to me, because books and text allow the reader to go on any adventure he or she chooses. Books make us feel every emotion there is. They make us laugh. They make us cry. They make us scared. They make us joyful! Finding a good book and a cosy place to read, make a good day ...