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  • Welcome to the Gemini Library

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    Online reading suggestions
    Do you need something to read while you are at home? Here are some suggestions.
     
    Audible is currently offering free audiobooks. There are a lot of great audio books in the collection
     
    Check out the TumbleBook Collection below!
     
    TumbleBook Teen           Teen Reads
     
    Tumble K-6          K-6 
     
    Tumble Audio     This one is the Audio book link for teens
     
    TumbleMath     Tumble Math
     
    For any of the Tumble products, if it asks for a login and password, please use   Username: tumble2020
    Password: A3b5c6
     
     
     
    International Children's Digital Library is a site to read books in many different languages. You need to create a free account.
     
    Junior Library Guild is providng free ebooks.  The user names and passwords are ALL CAPS
     
    Elementary     Username - JLGELM      Password-JLGFREE     
    Middle School  Username - JLGMID  Password-JLGFREE
    High School    Username - JLGHI      Password-JLGFREE
     
     
    Worthy of Publishing Is a free site of books that have not been puclished yet. You CAN access this without registering and it is not blocked.
     
    Bibliotastic is a free site, but you need to be on your personal (not school) device. Scroll down to the YA section.
     
     
    Digital Libraries is also a free site, but you need to be on your personal (not school) device. 
     
    NEWSELA isn't just for classroom use. They have amazing short articles about a lot of different subjects.
     
    You can also download Overdrive onto your Chromebook if you have a public library card.
     
      Niles Maine District Library  
    Participate in the Niles Spring Reading Program
     
     
     
     
    Do you need reading suggestions? Check out these:
    Rebecca Caudill Young Readers Award
    Abe Lincoln Award 
    Scholastic Reading List
     

    March Book Madness

     
    March Book Madness is still in full swing. Voting dates are as follows;
    Elite 8; 3/11-3/17
    Final Four 3/18 - 3/24
    Championship Round 3/25 - 3/31
    April 1 Final announcement
     
     
     
    Our Goal:
    To provide all students with skills and resources through collaboration with classroom teachers, using the common core standards that will promote lifelong learning and literacy.
     
     
     
    Why is reading important? If a student only reads on school days they will read:
     
     
     20 min per day =              
    20 min
    1 minute per day =
     1 min
     
     

    "A child who reads will be an adult who thinks" Unknown 

                                                   
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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