It's time to get a jump on reading the Rhode Island Children's Book Award (RICBA) nominated books for 2020!
You have a big, beautiful summer ahead of you. Why not fill it with fabulous BOOKS?
1) Check out this Guide and see which books will be the most fun for you to read
2) Make sure you have a library card and get them from the Cranston Public Library (William Hall is the closest). Psst! You can even read some of these as e books! Check out the EZone through the Cranston Public Library!
3) Read as many books as you feel like.
4) After you read each book, go to the (tiny!) book review form on this Guide. In order to verify that you read one of these books, I need you to fill out a really tiny survey form. It's all online; no pencils needed.
5) I will check survey responses.
6) In September students who read these books and filled out the survey will get a prize! It's that simple.
If a book trailer is available for a RICBA 2020 book, it is hyperlinked in blue in the next box over describing each book. Enjoy!
Check out the Cranston Public Library!
Click the icon below to go to the web site and CPL on line catalog.
Also, click the icon below to see what e-books the Cranston Public Library has available for you! (You'll need your library card number to borrow/read books this way)
You can also get audio books! Great for travelling and family trips!
Check HERE to see all the Great Stuff the Cranston Public Library is doing this summer!
Remember our rules about on line communication:
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Before we SHARE, let's show we CARE.
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4) being ETHICAL on line
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If you want to find out more about the authors who write these books, you can visit this website, which was put together by the RICBA 2020 committee:
It has links to author videos and author web sites.
Click the link below to view the AASL, CCSS and ISTE standards aligned with this activity.
Hey, my Fifth Graders going into Middle School!
You are almost teenagers!
Therefore, you now qualify to read not only the Rhode Island Children Book Award Nominees, but
now the Rhode Island MIDDLE SCHOOL Book Award Nominees!
Your librarian at Park View, Mrs. Mills, created this awesome Summer Reading LibGuide for you.
Check it out right here!
All book summaries courtesy of Follett. If the title of a book is blue, you can click on it to watch a book trailer (we're missing A Pup Called Trouble, Inky's Amazing Escape, Margo and Mateo Save the World, Monster Mayhem, Solar System: Our Place in Space, and The Train of Lost Things).
You can print out this chart of book covers and keep track of which ones you've read.
Many thanks to Ms. Moore of Garden City and Oaklawn Elementary Schools for the content of this box.
If you have read at least 3 books (and I think we have read at least 3 together :-), then it's time to vote.
WHEN IT'S TIME TO VOTE (FEB 2020), Click on the medal to cast your vote for your favorite Rhode Island Children's Book Award Nominee for 2020.
(Voting disabled March 2019. :-)
Voting Results as of Feb 2019
Here's the RICBA 2020 Bookmark! (always a good idea to have a bookmark on hand...)
Remember that this Medal is the Symbol of RICBA books!
Check out the files below!
There's a BOOKMARK, A TRACKING SHEET (to help you keep track of what you have read), and a POSTER!
Many thanks to the OLIS librarians who formatted these resources!
Click HERE to see the Rooster Games 2019 Story in the Cranston Herald!
Click HERE to see the Rooster Games 2019 on the Cranston Public Library Web Page!
Click HERE to see the Rooster Games 2018 Story in the Cranston Herald!
Click HERE to see the Rooster Games 2018 on the Cranston Public Library Web Page!
Click on the file below to read a pdf copy of the Cranston Herald Rooster Games article!
After you read a RICBA book, please enter your Book Survey Information Here
A quick way to get your information into the on line form is to:
--Type it into Word
--Open your Browser, get into this LibGuide
--Click on the On Line Form
--Cut and Paste your Book survey information from Word into the On Line Form
Sometimes we just need some good, old fashioned fun.
Try the word search above. Look for key words from the book titles. (Those words are provided for you).
You can also try the cross word puzzle above. But you might want to try it after reading a bit about the books first!
The 2019 RICBA winning book was
The 2018 RICBA winning book was
The 2017 RICBA winning book was
The 2016 RICBA winning book was
The 2015 RICBA winning book was
The 2014 RICBA winning book was
The 2013 winning book was
The 2012 winning book was