I don’t remember who introduced me to Novel Effect, but I love it and think that you will, too – especially if you read picture books to kids! Novel Effect is an app that enhances the reading experience. Here’s how Continue reading Novel Effect
Recently, I talked to a bus driver who was telling me about his route and the students that ride his bus. He was very positive and not complaining, but he made me wonder, “Do we teach our students how to Continue reading Take a Walk in Their Shoes
The free summer audiobook program for 13+ from SYNC starts today. They will give away two complete audiobook downloads a week based on weekly themes. Last year they gave away 26 titles and this year they are giving away 28 Continue reading Free Summer Audiobook Program
OverDrive is promoting their Big Read for high school students which means that high school students and staff all have access to The Girl With The Red Balloon by Katherine Locke – all at the same time. It’s only available for Continue reading Big High School Read in Sora
Many of you have probably wondered what that new Sora app is on your student or staff iPad. It kind of looks like a space game with a marshmallow jet flying through space. It’s actually the new student reading app Continue reading Sora – New OverDrive Student App for Reading
These were recently posted on our Staff Spotlight but I thought I’d also post them here. Some of these I’ve read and some I haven’t, but they ALL have rave reviews. Hope you enjoy them! Picture Books Early Chapter Books Continue reading Summer Reads 2018
Last Saturday at Sisters Middle School, our Oregon Battle of the Books (OBOB) teams battled it out against many other schools from around our region to find out who would go on to state. This year’s first place winners are….drum roll, Continue reading Bend-La Pine Schools Reign at OBOB Regionals
When reading on a device, we’re often looking for something specific. For example, I found a long article and I wanted to know if it had any information pertaining to schools. On my laptop, I can type in “⌘ F” Continue reading Looking for Specific Text on Your Device?