It’s been fun, but March Book Madness has finally come to a close. This year’s winner, Jennifer A. Nielsen’s historical novel A Night Divided beat out 16 other tough competitors to take home first place. Haven't read A Night Divided yet? Be on the look out for a Must Read Monday next week to learn more about this great book!
Congratulations to 6th grader, Sal N, for having the highest scoring bracket! He too beat out many (nearly 200!) fierce competitors to win that first place prize pack and extra Mustang Cup points for his team. Good job, Sal! Thanks to all who participated!
Congratulations to our Tween Library Council members who worked so hard the past several weeks on the SC Junior Book Award banner. Their banner, based on Thanhha Lai's book Listen Slowly, took home first place. Their banner was awarded $100, which the girls will help spend on new books for the media center. Job well done - we are so proud of you!
As part of our ongoing community service project, the Tween Library Council has installed a Little Free Library in the green space between Springfield Middle and Springfield Elementary. TLC has worked to decorate and stock our outdoor library and will make sure it stays clean and full of great books for all age levels. The idea of a Little Free Library is simple: it’s an accessible place for students and members of the community to find a great book at any time! The vision is for visitors to “take a book, leave a book.” We hope you love it!