The Rebecca Caudill contest has ended! The book that received the most votes from Central 5th and 6th grade students is Night Gardener. The book that received the most votes from Illinois students is Crossover. Thank you for participating, reading, and voting.
If you are looking for a few good books to read, you should browse through the wonderful books on the 2018 Rebecca Caudill List.
Beneath by Roland Smith
Hour of the Bees by Lindsay Eagar
Full Cicada Moon by Marilyn Hilton
A Night Divided by Jennifer A. Nielsen
The Seventh Most Important Thing by Shelley Pearsall
I Will Always Write Back by Martin Ganda
The Boy on the Wooden Box by Leon Leyson
The Bitter Side of Sweet by Tara Sullivan
The Book Scavenger by Jennifer Bertman
I Am Princess X by Cherie Priest
Last in a Long Line of Rebels by Lisa Lewis Tyre
Drowned City: Hurricane Katrina and New Orleans by Don Brown (GRAHIC NOVEL)
All Rise for the Honorable Perry T. Cook by Leslie Connor
Awkward by Svetlana Chmakova (GRAPHIC NOVEL)
House Arrest by K.A. Holt
Listen, Slowly by Thanhha Lai
Orbiting Jupiter by Gary D. Schmidt
Goodbye Stranger by Rebecca Stead
Roller Girl by Victoria Jamieson (GRAPHIC NOVEL)
Fuzzy Mud by Louis Sachar
Sponsored by the Illinois Reading Council, Illinois Reads is a annual statewide project promoting reading. Each spring, 36 books written by Illinois authors are selected and put into six age bands (birth-4, Grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8, 9-12, and adult). This year, the grades 6-8 titles include The Best Man by Richard Peck, Nightfall by Jake Halpern and Peter Kujawinski, Codename Zero by Chris Rylander, The Eye of Midnight by Andrew Brumbach, Woman Heroes of World War I by Kathryn Atwood, and I am Drums by Mike Gross. For more information go to www.illinoisreads.org.
1/4/2017- Julia Alexander fromMrs. Dabney’s Advisory class used 3D-Slash to create this paperclip holder in the shape of an elephant. Very practical and creative project!
12/1/2016-Two student’s from Ms. Fiordirosa’s Advisory class, Diego Aguilar and Beni Lauter, created this detailed ‘golden snitch’ as their 3D project. They used the website 3D slash to create the snitch and add all the details. They will be painting it to add the ‘golden’ effect.
11/18/2016-Maddie Tabora from Mrs. Gabriel’s Advisory found this piggy bank design on Morphi. She selected the clear filament to print.
11/17/2016-Ava Diamond and Samantha Gordon designed a cube with a 3D Hufflepuff crest on the top and the years 2016-2017 on a side for Mrs. Meyer’s Advisory. The girls did a great job paying attention to the details in this intricate design.
11/16/2016-Mrs. Tolzien’s Advisory selected a design created by Brody Yeloushan. He used the website Tinkercad to create his design. It is the first design we printed that needed to print support layers, so we both learned about a new feature of the design software. Very creative design!
11/15/2016-Caroline Bliss in Mr. Russell’s Advisory created this Slytherin design. She is going to add paint to enhance the elaborate design.
11/14/2016- Mrs. Rose’s Advisory class selected a design created by Adam Yeloushan to print. Adam’s dramatic font style amplifies his design!
11/9/2016-Charlie Oleskar designed this for Mrs. Butler’s Advisory class. Our first design that used spheres!
11/8/2016- Mrs. Thorgren’s class selected a design by Hannah Falk to print today. She is going to add paint to enhance her design!
11/7/2106 - Mrs. Alsberg’s Advisory selected this self-contained marble maze which they found online as their project. Jayson Rabinowitz needed to altered the design to meet the project requirements. The complexity of the project required multiple prints. The first part was printed today and it was completed on 11/15/2016. It is exciting to see all the parts move the marbles around the maze.
11/4/2106-Oliver Lee from Mr. Darcy’s class designed this small baby for their class project. Many interesting details… eyes, teeth, and hair!
11/3/2016-Lilly Goettsche designed this building with a tiny man standing in the courtyard for Mrs. Campbell’s Advisory. Very creative design!
Students and staff of Central School can easily download AUDIO and eBOOKS from the Central CLC to their iPad, laptop, or any device.
1. Download the app Destiny Discover onto your device (from Self-Service, App Store or Google Play).
2. Add Location: Illinois and School: Central School Library, Glencoe, IL
3. Login into Destiny Discover with your Username=CLC code (see Mrs. Meyer if you are unsure of your code) and the password=glencoe.
You are now connected! You may search and use the audiobooks and ebooks available from our CLC!