Disclaimer: Please note that this post is in no way endorsed, sponsored or administered by The Happy Planner®. I simply love the product and decided to share a post about how great it has been working out for me. This may come across as peculiar to some, but I LOVE planning, so much so, I… Continue reading How I Use The Happy Planner as a School Librarian
A bit of a flashback, but I didn't think readers would mind if I went a little back in time to recount my first meeting with the amazing Sarah J. Maas! I first started reading SJM's books in 2017. I had just left teaching at the time and I started working at a travel… Continue reading Author Signing: Sarah J. Maas
Now that we are in our seventh week of distance learning (hard to believe we have been at it this long!) and with the announcement here in Ontario that we will not be returning back to school this academic year, I have been reflecting on the things that I have been doing to create a… Continue reading How to Create a Bitmoji Library
If I had to pick one genre that was my absolute favourite, it would be historical fiction. This wasn't always the case though. When I was growing up, I greatly disliked social studies and thought learning about history was a complete bore, but that all changed after discovering the Dear Canada series. It was because… Continue reading Historical Fiction for Middle Grade & YA Readers
"The library is the heart of the school" - I have heard this expression used so many times and perhaps I'm a bit biased when I say that I full-heartedly agree with it. It's no secret that I love my job and working in a school library has been a complete dream come true for… Continue reading From Library to Learning Commons: The Transformation of an Elementary School LLC
Despite this being a time of great uncertainty, I’m trying to look for the positives and appreciate all of the new learning I have been presented with since starting to work from home. From figuring out new online platforms, hosting virtual meetings, and establishing an at-home office, this has been a learning curve for probably… Continue reading Things I Learned About Recording Virtual Story Times
Schools have closed, public facilities have shut down, and for the first time in our history, Canada has closed its shared border with the United States. Covid-19 has been sweeping the globe and to do our part to plank the curve, we have been asked to practice social distancing. It has definitely been a challenging… Continue reading 5 Bookish Things To Do While You’re Social Distancing
Hello and welcome! Thank you so much for stopping by and visiting this blog. For those of you that know me, this isn't my first time diving into blogging. When I graduated from university back in 2013, I started a teaching and travel blog to keep my friends and family up-to-date with my life when… Continue reading Hello & Welcome!