Parkview Library Catalog

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Reading Lists

No Name Calling Week Books

Posted by Barbara Wright on January 18, 2016

This list contains books in which a character must confront a bully.

Water Cycle and Conservation

Posted by Barbara Wright on January 10, 2016

Help our school earn the silver award for NJ Eco Schools by completing the water pathway.

Mrs. Brunner's Fifth grade wish list

Posted by Barbara Wright on September 10, 2015

Books to share with Mrs. Brunner's class. Yes, fifth graders like picture books, too!

Women's Biographies

Posted by Barbara Wright on March 5, 2015

We celebrate the marvelous achievements and contributions that these women made in America and across the globe.

Happy Holiday Stories

Posted by Barbara Wright on December 2, 2014

Christmas, and Hanukkah stories from our collection

Planting the seeds of our garden

Posted by Barbara Wright on March 16, 2014

Seeds, plants, gardens of all sorts.

Parkview ebooks

Posted by Barbara Wright on November 12, 2013

Feel free to read as many of these books as you would like!
Choose Parkview School, username: panda password: ebooks
If you need to go "offline" and disconnect from the internet, you will need to check out a title and download it. I’m sorry but also requires a log in.
Fortunately, you create this one yourself, so go ahead and try. I’m here if you need help. :) Barbara Wright bwright@milltownps.org

HALLOWEEN!!

Posted by Barbara Wright on October 22, 2013

Halloween stories, ghost stories, mysterious happenings. Truth or fiction? You be the judge.

Explanatory Writing

Posted by Barbara Wright on February 17, 2012

These books explain topics using simple language and step by step directions.

Hispanic Heritage and Spanish Language

Posted by Barbara Wright on September 22, 2010

Parkview's collection of books in Spanish or Spanish/English, or about Hispanic culture

Letter Writing

Posted by Barbara Wright on March 18, 2008

This is a list of books that demonstrate the art of writing letters. These books would be useful examples when teaching this skill.

Native American Indian resources

Posted by barbara wright on October 16, 2007

Find out more about the first people to live in the United States

Math/Literature Connection List

Posted by Esther O'Brien on October 1, 2007

This is a list of books that maybe used as a launching point for a Math lesson. The books with the call number beginning with E are more likely to be a literature/story book that will have a
math connection. The books in the 511-530 are nonfiction stories written specifically to deal with some math concept including but not limited to graphing, metric system, problem solving, set theory,ratio, proportion,symmetry, equations, place value, number-ordinal, money, sequences, geometry, angles, prediction theory, distance, volume, weight, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, time, binary logic, size shape, counting, fractions, percents.

nightime stories

Posted by Barbara Wright on March 18, 2004

bedtime and late night stories, not scary stories