Start by reading to yourself. Lead by example of your engagement. Read to your children at bedtime, at breakfast, on the airplane, after school, at sibling's soccer games. Slow down. Put down your phone Use your public library card. Read what you own already. Borrow books from friends. Find a Little Free Library. Check out free ebooks from HP library. Read widely: magazines, cereal boxes, signs, menus, informational books, new books, old books, award winners, books you hate, but your kids might love. Discuss. Make Connections. Return your library books. Repeat.
Karen Grost has always been technologically oriented although she is wary of the overuse of technology. She has worked as the librarian in District 112 since 2001 as a School Library Media Specialist. Blending literature, technology, face to face instruction, and independent study is how she builds up the students in her school to become life long learners.
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