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Oak Lawn School Library: RICBA 2018

How It Works

All you have to do to vote in the RICBA election in February is read three of the twenty books on the list. See below for plot summaries and links to book trailers. Then, after you finish a book, submit a form to Ms. Moore with a super short summary and your opinion about it. You can use the paper form at school or this online form from any computer: http://goo.gl/forms/MBhVwnMGDy0lCYBv2

TEACHERS! Access ideas for using the RICBA nominees in your classroom with the Curriculum Connections created by the committee. Links to web sites/reading guides and writing prompts are included.

Get Your RICBA Books at the CPL!

Click the icon below to go to the Cranston Public Library online catalog. Use your library card number to request books; the system will email you when they're ready for you to pick up.

You can also borrow e-books and download audiobooks from home!

Read Online!

Many of these books are available as ebooks via Destiny Discover. When you search for a book in RICAT, and we have an electronic version, you'll see the letter e next to the cover (bottom search result).

To check out the e-book using a computer, click on this link and then log in

User Name: CKL and your lunch code (school ID number)

Example: CKL12345

Password: Your birthday in 6 digits (MMDDYY)

Example: If you were born on May 5, 2009, your password would be 050209

Search for the book and then click on the "Checkout" button to claim it.

To check out the e-book to a device like a phone or tablet, download the Destiny Discover app. NOTE: Any checkouts to your account will be available via all platforms.

Past RICBA Winners

2017: Sisters

2017 Nominees List

2016: El Deafo

2016 Nominees List

2015: Escape from Mr. Lemoncello's Library

2015 Nominees List

Cover Art

2014: Wonder

2013: Sidekicks

2012: The Strange Case of Origami Yoda

2018 Nominees

All book summaries courtesy of RICBA committee members and Follett. Thanks to Katie Tanner and Sue Rose for collecting them and creating LibGuide boxes I was able to reuse here. If the title of a book is blue, you can click on it to watch a book trailer (we're missing Sadie's Story, Framed!, I Dissent, The Eureka Key, Weekends with Max and His Dad, and Wet Cement). Thanks to Carolyn Steward for collecting most of the trailers.

You can print out this chart of book covers and keep track of which ones you've read.