Read books, fill out form, win prizes! It’s that simple! The library will be sending home Beach Blanket BINGO forms for students to fill out over the summer. Instead of the usual reading log, we have a Bingo game with reading challenges!
Students can turn in their forms the first week of school to win a prize:
- Complete 5 spaces in a row (across down, or diagonal) = Level 1 Prize (book mark)
- Complete every space in both diagonal rows (to make an “X”) = Level 2 Prize (pencil)
- Complete every space around the perimeter (hollow square) = Level 3 Prize (treasure chest)
- Complete EVERY square for a Blackout for Books = Level 4 Prize (a book)
- Level 4 Blackout for Books Prizes are as supplies last.
- Turn your completed BLACKOUT challenge in on the first day of school to be guaranteed a book!
If you have misplaced your form, click below to download a copy of the form for the grade you will be entering.
Beach Blanket Bingo Challenge K-2 RULES
2018 Beach Blanket Bingo Challenge K-2
Beach Blanket Bingo Challenge 3-5 RULES
2018 Beach Blanket Bingo Challenge 3-5
SPANISH Beach Blanket Bingo Challenge K-2 RULES
2018 SPANISH Beach Blanket Bingo Challenge K-2
SPANISH Beach Blanket Bingo Challenge 3-5 RULES
2018 SPANISH Beach Blanket Bingo Challenge 3-5
Student log in to MackinVia is their 6 digit ID # with no “s” in the front
Username: 111111 (no s)
Password: 111111 (no s)
You can find this number on their report card.
Please watch this video for more information about summer reading and how to access MackinVia.
The links to the Beach Blanket Bingo for Round Rock ISD and other helpful links are below-
Read a Great “Tale” at our Spring Book Fair!!
Welcome to our Spring Scholastic Book Fair! Come on over to our book fair where we will have great books for your adventures. This flyer is a preview of just a few of the items that will be available at the book fair this year. We encourage you to visit the fair to see the thousands of books and other items.
***On Monday, April 16th, venture on over to our Paws for Books book fair with extended hours until
7:00 pm! Remember, 25% of the proceeds come back to the library as a profit. There will be raffles and drawings for prizes.
The book fair is a great opportunity to purchase books for gifts and help the library raise money.
Book Fair hours: Monday, April 16th
Preview during the school day and then…
open after school for purchases at the
Paws for Books Family Event open until 7:00pm
April 17th-20th Open for sales 8:00am-3:30pm
¡Leer un gran “cuento” en la Feria de Libros de Primavera!
Bienvenidos a nuestra Feria de Libros de Primavera! Vengan a nuestra feria del libros donde tendremos buenos libros para sus aventuras. Este folleto es una vista previa de sólo algunos de los artículos que estarán disponibles en la feria de este año. Los invitamos a visitar la feria para ver los miles de libros y artículos que tendremos.
***¡El lunes, 16 de abril, aventurese a nuestro “Paws for Books” durante nuestra feria de libros con el horario extendido hasta las 7:00 pm! Recuerde, el 25% de las ganancias se quedarán en nuestra biblioteca. Habrá rifas y premios. La feria de libros es una gran oportunidad para comprar libros para regalos y ayudar a que aumente el dinero disponible para nuestra biblioteca.
Horario de Feria de Libros: Lunes, 16 de abril
Vista previa durante y después del día escolar …
Abierta después de la escuela para compras en el
Evento para la familia “Paws for Books” hasta las 7:00 pm
17 al 20 abril – Abierta para ventas de 8:00 am- 3:30pm
Please sign up to help with the book fair.
I grew up in Havertown, Pennsylvania, where I wrote and illustrated my first book in the third grade. SUPER COW! was a smash hit both with critics (my teacher) and collectors (my parents).
When I was twelve years old, my family moved to Florida. My parents tried to get me and my two brothers excited about our move by buying us season passes to Disney World. I loved watching the animators at work on the Backstage Tour, and I decided I wanted to work for Disney when I grew up.
I attended the Rhode Island School of Design, but soon found myself drawn back towards illustration instead of animation. After graduation and a slew of ill-fated careers (including a portrait artist on a Carnival Cruise ship and a conductor of illegal tours through the Vatican Museums), I began working as a book designer with HarperCollins Children’s Books in New York.
I now live in Pennsylvania with my husband, young son, and surly cat.
An order form was sent home last week for students to be able to purchase one of her books to be autographed. Order forms were due on October 23 but I will accept orders through tomorrow. Just print out the order form and return with payment tomorrow. She will be autographing Thursday morning.