Biblionasium STAR READER Challenge: Summer Reading 2019

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Are you looking for a way to challenge your child to read this summer?

Our Star Reader Challenge will engage your child in reading and writing AND enter them to win a fantastic back-to-school prize!

Biblionasium is giving away THREE backpacks full of school supplies to three lucky student reviewers. We’re also giving one 13+ student reviewer a $100 Amazon gift card. Enter now for your child’s chance to win!

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In The News: 10 ways to use technology to promote reading

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Biblionasium was featured on eSchool News as part of an article on using technology to promote reading. Read more>>

10 Graphic Novels To Kick Off Summer Reading

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Summer is almost upon us, which means it’s time to consider your kids’ summer reading picks. Some kids naturally gravitate toward reading during the summer, but others might require encouragement to read.

We’ve compiled a list new, award-winning and diverse graphic novels. Each one is an artistic take on the written word and speaks to a different aspect of the human experience.

These fresh, intriguing books are sure to entice even reluctant readers.

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In the News: Biblionasium Social Reading Site Earns Top Ratings From Educators

On April 11, 2019, Biblionasium was Tech & Learning’s Site of the Week. Read their assessment of Biblionasium here.

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Case Study: How Cobb County Public Library and Cobb County School District used Biblionasium to support summer and year-round reading

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A successful collaboration between school and public libraries:

How Cobb County Public Library and Cobb County School District used Biblionasium to support summer and year-round reading

Cobb County Public Libraries successfully teamed up with Cobb County School District and used Biblionasium, the “Goodreads for Kids,” to keep students reading over the summer and throughout the school year. Just over the course of the summer, Cobb County students logged over 3.7 million minutes, and library representatives report that students are logging even more reading minutes as the school year continues.

The following case study is based upon feedback from Lisa Cleary, Community Engagement Manager at the Cobb County Public Library, and an interview with Holly Frilot, Supervisor of Library Media Education for the Cobb County School District. Compiled by Anna Winham. Photos courtesy of Ashley Sherman and Cobb County Library System.

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