Apparently I posted this everywhere yesterday, except here! Apologies… Here goes:
At long last. All those books you’ve been watching us process on the trolleys at the Circulation Desk are ready to go.
Drop by and take a look. The YA and Graphic novels have been put on display in the stacks. We are still working on the display for the remaining books.
If you can’t drop by, please peruse the offerings at our newest addition to the ESA Library Online… Our brand new Pinterest site dedicated solely to announcements about new books.
Many thanks to our Seneca Library Technician student, Sara, for her help in setting this up.
If you are in costume, be sure to drop by the Library for a treat!
And don’t forget to check out the new books displays while you’re there…
The second Library printer is kaput. We have requested speedy delivery of the replacement printers. We’ll keep you posted when we are back up and operational again.
Apologies. Dumb luck they both fail at the same time…
The White Pine books have been announced and will be in the school shortly. Get a jump on your reading by taking a sneak peak at this year’s nominees at the Forest of Reading website.
Mark your calendars. The White Pine Forest of Reading event will happen at Harbourfront on Wed May 14th. ESA is registered to participate in this year’s White Pine festivities and will be attending the celebrations at Harbourfront.
Fill out the Google Form to join our White Pine reading club. Be the first to know when the books are in.
Please join SEEDS Me to We and the ESA Student Council in our Fall Food Drive, in support of the Daily Bread Food Bank. Most needed items include:
- canned fish and meats;
- stews and soups;
- canned or dried beans;
- canned fruits and vegetables;
- fruit juices;
- canned or powdered milk;
- tomato sauce;
- peanut butter; and,
- baby products.
Collection bins will remain in the Library until the end of the week. Please consider picking up a few extra items when grocery shopping this weekend. Learn more at Hunger Count 2012. Your contributions are greatly appreciated.
(Screenshot from Canada Reads website)
The longlist was announced earlier this week. I’ve already voted for my 10 picks. Vote for yours at CBC Canada Reads.
The Library will be holding a pop-up bake sale at lunch in the Foyer. Drop by for some fabulous home baked goods.
Printer news is not good. Both Library printers are toast. Class067 is completely inoperable. Class068 has been tweaked just enough to get it working again, but copies are not good quality and it could fail totally again at any moment.
Two new printers are on order. Hopefully they’ll be here fast.