During these block days, the English Language Arts students have choice reading time so offering Book Speed Dating on these days seemed like a good match to me.
Kari and I shared a Google Doc and added all our online finds and ideas and after about two weeks, we completed our plan, promotions, and layout for Book Speed Dating 2014.
The Promotion and Layout We made a variety of small and large posters and hung them in the English Hallways.
After surfing the web and stalking wonderful librarian blogs, I came up with many already tried-and-true components in support of this event; then I did some hard core recruiting of my most avid student and staff readers.
In looking for ways to celebrate Library Lover’s month in February, I decided to jump on the Book Speed Dating train.
I would be remiss if I didn’t thank Tiffany Whitehead, aka The Mighty Little Librarian, Mrs.
Kirr’s Genius Hour Blogspot, and mrsreaderpants for the book speed dating resources provided on their blogs.
The Book Squad (along with fab folks from The Raven and Dusty Bookshelf) recently put on our THIRD Book Club Speed Dating event.
Imagine this: You’re at Maceli’s downtown, chilling at a table with your book club buds.
ADULT TITLESThese are all adult books, but a number could work for teens, and we'll be compiling more as we have to fill the display.