International School Library Month

October is International School Library Month! Join with people around the globe in recognizing the vital role that school libraries play in education, celebrating the amazing joy and power that school libraries can bring to students.

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Canadian Library Month

In addition to the fact that October is ISLM (International School Library Month), October is also Canadian Library Month!  As Canadians we enjoy and benefit from some of the best libraries in the world.  Canadian Library Month is a chance to celebrate all of our libraries, including Public Libraries, School Libraries and more. Go to the Canadian Libary Association’s CLM page to find out more!

Canadian Libary Month

Reading is a Beautiful Thing

DEAR2013Drop Everything & Read is just eleven days away! National School Library Day is Monday, October 28.

As part of the celebration of school libraries, the BCTLA and the BCTF have issued the “DEAR Challenge” to EVERY PERSON in BRITISH COLUMBIA.  All over the province, people are challenged to put down the work, turn off the TV, set aside the iPad,iPod or iPhone, pause the video games–  you get the idea– and just read!

October is International School Library Month and Canadian Library Month. October 28 is National School Library Day.  Be sure to stay posted for news and special events happening to celebrate your school library!

“Reading is a beautiful thing. Today.
Every day.
Read for twenty minutes.”

October is OUR month!

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Canadian Library Month 2013

ISLMonthLargeOctober is International School Library Month and Canadian Library Month.  October 28 is National School Library Day and the day for the DEAR Challenge: Drop Everything and Read.

Check out the following for more info:

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Canadian Library Month

source: cla.caOctober is Internatioal School Library Month. It is also Canadian Library Month. Celebrate the vital role that libraries play in Canadian life.  Canadian Library Month is a celebration of libraries of all kinds, including public libraries and school libraries. Visit the Canadian Library Association for more information.