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Liberty - Media Center



Amy Vosler
Media Center Specialist
Debbie Slager
Media Center Associate
708-364-3848


The Library Media Center serves as the information hub of the school. Its purpose is to provide opportunities for students to become critical seekers of information, users of media in all formats, and independent, lifelong learners.The Library Media Program has three components:
* Literature Appreciation
* Library Skills
* Resource Based Learning


Library Home Page - http://orland135.follettdestiny.com
   

Adopt-a-Book
The Liberty School Library would be happy to accept the donation of a book to honor your child ... perhaps to celebrate a birthday or other special event in your child's life. We have books here in the Media Center from which your child may choose or you may visit your local boookstore. A book plate will be placed inside each donated book with your child's name. In addition, your child will be the first person to check-out the book. Please feel free to call the Media Center at 708/364-3848 for title suggestions.






 

 



   

 

Monarch Book Award                                                                       
The Monarch Award is an Illinois' K-3 Children's Choice Award that is presented annually to the author and/or illustrator of the book voted as their favorite by students in Kindergarten through Grade Three in participating Illinois schools or public libraries. The Monarch is sponsored by the Illinois School Library Media Association. All Liberty students in Grade Three may participate in this program by reading at least 5 of this year's titles. Visit www.islma.org/monarch to find out about the 2011 nominees.  Voting will take place in the Media Center at the end of February.
 
Rebecca Caudill Award
The Rebecca Caudill Young Readers' Book Award is an annual award given to the author of the book voted most outstanding by students in grades four through eight in participating Illinois schools. All Liberty students in Grades Four and Five may participate in this program by reading at least 3 of this year's titles.  Visit www.rcyrba.org to find out information about the 2011 nominees. Voting will take place in the Media Center at the end of February.

 
 
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Bluestem Award                                                            
The Bluestem Award is designed for students in grades 3-5 who are ready for longer titles than found on the Monarch list, but not quite ready for the sophistication of some of the Rebecca Caudill titles. All Liberty students in Grades Three, Four, and Five may participate in this program by reading at least 4 of this year's titles. Visit http://www.islma.org/Bluestem.htm to find out more informaton about the 2011 nominees. Voting will take place in the Media Center at the end of March


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