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March 2011 Library Activity

Summary of goings-on in the Robinson Library during March 2011

Yukari Matsuyama

on 16 May 2011

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What happened in the library
during March 2011 Circulation Class Visits New Books 77 class visits 1,844 books were checked out
78 books were placed on Hold new books Ms. Yukari recommends what we read Top Circulating Books: Rotary Reads Follett Destiny New library software The Manhattan Beach Rotary Club sends volunteer Rotary Readers to the elementary libraries each year to read to the students. This year the volunteers who came to Robinson read Ordinary Mary's Extraordinary Deed to the 1st & 2nd graders. The club was also kind enough to donate $180 to each of the libraries (I bought 19 books). Just for fun the library set up two Library March Madness brackets: top circulating books and School Library Journal's Battle of the Kids' Books (http://sljbattleofthebooks.com/).

Bracket winner for circulation:
The Ultimate LEGO Book

Bracket winner for the Battle of the Kids' Books:
The Ring of Solomon by Jonathan Stroud Guinness World Records 2006
Kids Are Funny
Mrs. Patty is Batty!
Captain Underpants and the Wrath of the Wicked Wedgie Woman
Castle Under Attack
Fancy Nancy and the Posh Puppy
Guinness World Records 2005
Let's Find Pokemon! 3
Star Wars, Attack of the Clones: The Visual Dictionary
The Bad Beginning Dr. Seuss
Women's History Month
St. Patrick's Day
A Tale Dark & Grimm Hereville: How Mirka Got Her Sword
Brownie Groundhog and the February Fox
Can I Play Too? MBUSD District Library Meeting The districts 5 elementary Librar Media Specialists, 1 middle school Library Media Specialist, and 1 high school teacher-librarian meet once a month with the Teacher on Special Assignment to discuss library issues. One of our main focuses has been the implementation of Follett Destiny, the new library software. The March meeting was hosted at Robinson. Library March Madness We are extremely fortunate that the district decided to upgrade the library software system to a web-based, district-wide system called Follett Destiny. The system is currently only available through the district intranet, which means the library catalog can only be accessed on campus from any web-enabled computer. When the system is fully functional, students and parents will be able to access the library catalog from home. Read Across America Happy birthday, Dr. Seuss!
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