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    Welcome to the Dunlap Library

    Purpose Statement

    To ensure that all students become efficient and effective users of information and ideas.


    INK: The Nonfiction Minute

    Non Fiction Minute

    Great authors are invited to share online. There is a narration option as well as the text.

    This will be very beneficial for Common Core/Smarter Balanced pod casts' listening skills piece for elementary students. And should be fun, too! Yes - love to advocate for reading for PLEASURE!


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    The Dunlap Library could use your help!

    • If you are interested in helping to shelve books please contact Katy Ellingsen.

    Library Activities

    • Global Reading Challenge
      • November-February for 4th & 5th graders
    • Washington Children’s Choice Picture Book Award

    Ways to Raise a Reader

    • Help children form a reading habit: read to your child every day.
    • Let children see you reading: newspapers, magazines, books, articles on the Internet.
    • It’s okay to focus on what’s happening in the pictures – if your child brings home long nonfiction books, try reading the captions.
    • Ask your child questions about the story – favorite parts, predictions, etc.
    • Watching a family movie? Use captions!
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    Library Catalog
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    Contact Info

    Librarian: Katy Ellingsen
    Phone: 206-252-7016
    Main Office: 206-252-7000

    Hours

    8:50 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

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