Ohhh Lordie!!! This book is filled with laughs and giggles, adventures and fun, royalty and hideous schemes. Edward is king…but he’s dying. His cousin, Jane, must marry to produce a successor. His sister Mary is in on the plot as well. His older sister Beth is the only one in the castle who hasn’t turned on Edward. Oh yeah, certain people can turn into animals. Jane is a *plot spoiler*, Edward is a *plot spoiler*, Grace is a *plot spoiler*. Follow their adventures for a good read. BTW, the plot thickens when you find out which plot Mary is a part of!
Written by *Unicorn Sparkles*
Slam Poetry Contest
Ellen Hopkins is coming to Scriber!
Tuesday, January 24th at 1PM
To celebrate, SLH Library is hosting a Slam Poetry Writing Contest. The top 3 winners will receive a signed copy of one of Ellen Hopkins’ newest books! We will present the winning poems to Ms. Hopkins as a thank you gift.
How to Write a Winning Slam Poem:
- Write an original poem based on your own experience.
- It can be fictional, but it should feel true.
- Keep your poem one page or less.
- Choose to rhyme or go free verse, but don’t skimp on the rhythm.
- Ask a friend, teacher, guardian, or coach to read it over before you submit it.
Turn in your poems to the SLH Library Friday, January 13th at 2:15 pm.
Need some inspiration? Check out Ms. Hopkins’ advice for writers here!
Here at Scriber, we celebrate all voices, backgrounds, perspectives, abilities, and identities and one of the ways our library showcases that is through our #We Need Diverse Books display. Here you will find books about race, ethnicity and identity and what it means to be break the cookie cutter mold others have cast for us.
Come check them out!
Thank you Edmonds Rotary, Washington Kids in Transition, and our amazing community for providing us with another batch of extraordinary books! Read the news article about Scriber’s Open House here, and then come on down and check out a new book, Scriber!
SLH’s Library Program is lucky to have such a magnificent parent group. Recently, they connected us with Kim Gorney, of Washington Kids in Transition, who is dedicated to helping our library program receive equitable funding and updated, engaging reading materials. I created a Wishlist with the help of students and staff, and Kim posted the wishlist on Amazon.
The response has already been incredible! We would love to thank the Rotory club for the pledge to purchase 90 new books for our library, as well as the many members of our community who have already purchased over 50 books from our Wishlist.
If you would like to purchase a book, visit Washington Kids in Transition for instructions and more information, or access this link to the Amazon Wishlist. Every book on the list will make a difference to our amazing students.