October is Library Month
Monday, October 26th is BC School Library Day.
Share-Celebrate-Advocate. Everyone can participate:
- Drop Everything and Read! Participate in the BC DEAR challenge.
- Visit your school library soon!
BCTLA DEAR: Drop Everything and Read
The 2020 Drop Everything and Read Challenge will be held on Monday October 26, 2020!
BCTLA is excited to offer large pdf’s to promote the event. We have offered two choices in English/French. Posters may be downloaded and printed in any way by anyone in any jurisdiction! However, if you wish to make alterations to the content included on any of the posters, please contact BCTLA regarding the necessary copyright permissions.
We will have our new posters soon for you to download for 2020!
Use this video to help promote your own DEAR campaign – shareable link Here
Follow DEAR: @bctla_dear on Twitter
Love Your School Library Day
February Reading Events
I Read Canadian Day
Nicola Campbell, Robert Munsch, Roch Carrier, David Bouchard, Gordon Korman, Christopher Paul Curtis, Kenneth Oppel, Dennis Lee …
Canada is home to phenomenal writers of world class stories, and February 19th is the day to celebrate them.
The first annual I Read Canadian Day will take place on February 19th. This is a great time to show our pride in our home grown talent.
Consider celebrating by:
- displaying Canadian books around your school
- hosting a Drop Everything and Read time dedicated to Canadian authors
- have students bring their favorite Canadian stuffed animal to school and read a Canadian story to it
- read a wacky Canadian poem to your school
- host an author’s visit
The ideas are endless!
Did something fantastic? Share your event with the BCTLA through Twitter, Facebook or email at email@example.com.
For more information, please visit https://ireadcanadian.com/day/February 14th is Love Your School Library Day.
“School Libraries: the Heart of Literacy”
Charlie’s Chocolate Factory
Posters and Bookmarks:
BCTLA is excited to offer Love Your School Library Day posters and bookmarks in English and French! Posters may be downloaded and printed in any way by anyone in any jurisdiction! However, if you wish to make alterations to the content included on any of the posters, please contact BCTLA regarding the necessary copyright permissions.