Book of the Week: The Growth Mindset Coach

51qKaIG-lcL._SX331_BO1,204,203,200_.jpgTitle: The Growth Mindset Coach : A Teacher’s Month by Month Handbook for Empowering Students to Achieve by Annie Brock and Heather Hundley

Increase Engagement, Improve Results, Inspire Students
Created by teachers for teachers, this is the ultimate guide for unleashing students’ potential through creatuve lessons, empowering messages and innovative teaching. The Growth Mindset Coach provides all you need to foster a growth mindset classroom, including:
  • A Month-by-Month Program
  • Research-Based Activities
  • Hands-On Lesson Plans
  • Real-Life Educator Stories
  • Constructive Feedback
  • Sample Parent Letters
Studies show that growth mindsets result in higher test scores, improved grades and more in-class involvement. When your students understand that their intelligence is not limited, they succeed like never before. With the tools in this book, you can motivate your students to believe in themselves and achieve anything. —back cover of the book

Professional Book Review: I Can Be Anything by Jerry Spinelli

“When you grow up,
what do you want to be and why?”


In this exuberant book by a Newbery Award winner, a little boy explores all the fun and exciting things he can be when he grows up. Spinelli’s simple and charming rhymes are accompanied by vibrant and fantastical illustrations created by internationally renowned illustrator Liao. Full color. []


He grew up in rural Pennsylvania and went to college at Gettysburg College and Johns Hopkins University. He has published more than 25 books and has six children and 16 grandchildren.

Jerry Spinelli began writing when he was 16 — not much older than the hero of his book Maniac Magee. After his high school football team won a big game, his classmates ran cheering through the streets — all except Spinelli, who went home and wrote a poem about the victory. When his poem was published in the local paper, Spinelli decided to become a writer instead of a major-league shortstop.[]


It’s one of the most frequently asked questions of children of all ages: what do you want to be when you grow up? This little boy has lots of possibilities: he could be, for instance, “a puddle stomper, apple chomper, mixing-bowl licker, tin-can kicker”. This book is like a love letter to possibilities, the idea that you can be anything you want to be. The exuberance bounds off the page along with the little boy and his rabbit friend. The rhymes and illustrations make it a natural choice to share with children, but, as the cover points out, it’s also good for children-at-heart who might be poised on the cusp of their own future. []

February’s Professional Book Review: 10,000 Ways to Say I Love You

10,000 Ways to Say I Love You

by Gregory J.P. Godek

How do you say I love you in different languages?

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Our book for the month of love is by Gregory J.P. Godek entitled 10,000 ways to say I love you.  This book unveils the different ways to express love that might not yet known for most of us. Here are some information about the book from, an online e-book retailer.


SynopsisThe small book with the biggest collection of loving ideas ever gathered in one place, now in a tenth anniversary edition.

This is the ultimate practical, giftable resource for couples, filled with 10,000 ideas for expressing affection. From the author of the phenomenally successful 1001 Ways to Be Romantic, “America’s Romance Coach” Gregory J.P. Godek, 10,000 Ways to Say I Love You overflows with surprise ideas, back-to-basics classics that always work, and inspired twists on creative expression. Readers can express true affection with secret love notes, perpetual bouquets, secluded picnics, outrageous gifts…and 9,996 more ways to say “I love you.” At one idea per day, this book will last couples 27.4 years!
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The following are just some of the titles among the set of new books that are now available in the iLRC.


by Debbie Bertram  (Call No. EED +E B46b )                                                                                                                                                   the best book to read

THE LITTLE BOY who loves to read is back, and this time  he and his classmates are visiting a big public library! In their signature catchy, rhyming verse, Debbie Bertram and Susan Bloom give readers a taste of the variety of books that can be found at the library. Michael Garland’s bright, graphic illustrations bring to life the array of fantastic and hilarious scenes that can result from finding the best book to read!


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