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I am so grateful for the positive feedback for my first set of Library Lesson Plans!  When I created these lessons, I wanted to use books that were tried and true for me as an elementary librarian as well titles that would be found in most libraries.  Here are the books that I refer to in my lesson plans for the first nine weeks.  You should be able to find most of these in your library or at your local public library.  You can also check your state library consortium to see if you can borrow the title that way as well.  The links below are affiliate links.  You don't pay a penny more for using these links!  I'll earn a few cents to add to my retirement fund!  ;-)




I'm so excited to finally share my latest project with all of you! If you're like me, you have seen those cute classroom teacher t-shirts with fun quotes on them. I tried to find cute school librarian t-shirts, but couldn't find anything that I really liked. So I decided to create my own! I recently launched my t-shirt shop and invite you to check out my designs.http://bit.ly/LibrarianTees
I explored a couple of different printing companies and decided to go with this one because their shipping times were a little faster and they have a larger selection of styles and colors to choose from. Suggestion: if you do decide to place an order, the women's premium tees tend to run a little small, so I'd suggest ordering a size up. I would be so grateful if you share this post with friends and co-workers who may be interested!  Wear them proudly and advocate for school libraries and librarians!

Just a quick note to let you know that TPT is having a Cyber Sale November 27-28.  My entire store will be at least 20% off.  Use promo code "CYBER17" to save even more!  The next big sale won't be for a while, so get those deals while you can!  I know I will!
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