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The Cave

The Cave is the new section in our library developed with boys in mind. This section was a result of Mrs. Haynes' research into boys and reading and how our school library can meet their reading needs. Mrs. Haynes worked with 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade boys to select books that appeal to boys. Of course, girls are welcome too! Please take a few minutes to view the video below.

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Leyton 4B said…
I Love the man cave!!! Thank you so much Mrs. Rosheim And Mrs. Haynes.Now I can check out gross books, funny books, and a bunch of other books I like.
Ty 2k said…
I love the cave. It is a very cool place to read.I love their books.
Brandon said…
I like the cave at school in the library. I glance at it every time i go into the library to check out. I didn't know what it was until i saw it.
Brandon said…
I like "The Cave" very much because it is cool to read in. It's so cool I can't help looking at it every time I'm in the library to check out books. I just learned what it was a while-ago and I was very exited. Thankyou Mrs. rosheim and Mrs. Haynes!!!
ally 2K said…
Dear mrs.Roshime,
I think the new section 'the cave' ROCKS!!!!!But...i wish it really was a girl cave!!!It is very,very,very,very cool and I love to read there!!!!The library is a great place!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Brandon said…
I like the "Cave". I thought it never came here. but it was for the boys. Good job boys thank you.
Leyton 4B said…
I like the cave and all but will you please put up a sighn or something that says NO GIRLS or something.They're really bugging me and alot of other boys.
Mrs. Rosheim said…
Sorry Leyton but that is not going to happen:) Girls are allowed!
Addison Mrs.Baker said…
It's awesome and fun
Ty 2k said…
I love the cave because It's so confy when I sit down.
Ty2k said…
I love the cave because its fun on how it says the Cave in big letters.

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