Our Librarian Won't Tell Us Anything!: Library lessons booklet

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Upstart Books, 2006 - Language Arts & Disciplines
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According to Carmen, a fourth-grader at Liberty Elementary, her school's librarian won't tell students ANYTHING! Fortunately, her classmate Robert doesn't believe Carmen and marches right over to ask Mrs. Skorupski question after question. Mrs. Skorupski's eyes twinkle and her rhinestone glasses sparkle as she leads Robert to the tools he needs to find the answers. Carmen scowls as she watches Robert become a Library Success Story, but eventually comes around as she realizes that Mrs. Skorupski can teach them ANYTHING!

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User Review  - AliciaTrotman - LibraryThing

There are three reasons I like this book. The librarian teaches the students to be independent and find things on their own. Robert asked the librarian to help him find the mammals. So she took him to ... Read full review

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User Review  - Amy.Matthews - LibraryThing

The librarian in the story teaches Robert how to find information in the library. This would be a good book to introduce research skills to elementary age students. Read full review

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