Reading During COVID-19
Reading During COVID-19
Click on the underlined words to access the websites.
- Username: student number
- Password: changeme
- For Instructions on how to borrow ebooks and audiobooks click here
Scholastic Education – free until June 30, 2020
- BookFlix - FDK- Grade 3
- Shared eReading - FDK- Grade 3
- TrueFlix- Grades 3-5
- ScienceFlix- Grades 4-9
- Scholastic GO! - Grades 2-12
Scholastic Learn at Home - Fun projects and activities for FDK- Grade 9
Picture Book Read Alouds
Click on the images to get to the website!
This is a cool site that has famous people reading children's books. The stories also feature neat animations and activity guides.
Harper Kids Storytime Read Alouds - Youtube Channel
International Children's Digital Literacy - books in many different languages!
Story time from Space - Listen to astronauts read books from space!
Dogman fans, check out these videos by author Dav Pilkey:
Fans of the I Survived series can listen to author Lauren Tarshis read her books aloud.
Check out the hilarious And Then It Happened books by local authors, M & L Wade. They have read a few of their stories on YouTube. Click the links below to listen!
COVID-19 Resources for Kids
The Princess in Black and the Case of the Coronavirus - a short comic
Wash Your Hands With Baby Shark Video:
Loans, Damaged and Lost Books, and Donations
Grades JK - 3: 1 book
Grade 4 - 8: 2 books
The normal loan period is two weeks. Verbal reminders are given when materials are overdue. An overdue notice will be sent home if the item is not returned after 2 weeks.
Damaged and Lost Books
PLEASE do not try to repair books at home. Special materials are used to make book repairs. Please report any damage you find to Ms. Linkiewicz so it can be fixed. If a book is damaged beyond repair or if the book is lost, the borrower will be asked to pay the replacement cost.
We are happy to accept donations of gently used children's books for our collection. No adult books please!
LDCSB Library Mission Statement
To provide access to a variety of informational resources to support the curriculum, foster a love for reading, and ensure the school community is effective users of information for learning and for leisure.
LDCSB School Library Goals
- Educate students on the functionality, organization and purpose of libraries so that they can be library users for life
- Demonstrate how to research with purpose and process
- Promote and foster a love for reading for pleasure and learning
- Develop library collections that encompass a variety of formats to support Catholic Graduate Expectations
- Facilitate the use of technology for learning, research and communication
What the Research says about School Libraries
Research undeniably and repeatedly shows clear links between student achievement and the existence of libraries stocked with a variety of resources, and staffed by qualified librarians who collaborate with teachers.