By Sydell Waxman
Have you ever learn a booklet that you simply could not positioned down? Has that ebook taken you to different international locations, to different centuries? have you ever stumbled on your self brimming with pleasure, exclaiming to all who will pay attention, "Read this book!" This biography is the tale of a kid who took her love of kids' books and located how to percentage it with the area as she grew up. Her voice could be the first to hold the message of kids' correct to learn internationally. it isn't an excessive amount of to assert that she begun a revolution for kid's books in her occupation because the first kid's librarian within the British Commonwealth.
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Believing in Books. The Story of Lillian Smith
Have you learn a booklet that you simply could not placed down? Has that ebook taken you to different international locations, to different centuries? have you ever stumbled on your self brimming with pleasure, exclaiming to all who will pay attention, "Read this e-book! " This biography is the tale of a kid who took her love of kids' books and located how to percentage it with the area as she grew up.
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The characters were well-drawn and the story structure taut. She thought this selection lived up to the quality of the Yardstick books. ” A 1923 illustration from Dr. Dolittle’s Post Office, written and illustrated by Hugh Lofting The librarians had all read Dr. Dolittle. They debated, voted and approved Betty’s book. Dr. Dolittle would be honoured with a place on the shelf of Boys and Girls House. Each new book went through this long process. The title was studied, discussed, debated and most of all compared to the great books of all time.
How does a submarine work? Can we make a periscope? What is the new aircraft called? ” Miss Smith was quick to order books about bombs and tanks, airplanes and submarines. ” Roger asked. Miss Smith pulled down a rolled map like a window blind. ” Roger asked one day. Miss Smith showed the children how to start their own garden. Roger had never grown anything. Even a potato plant with its little sprouts excited him. Progress reports of these gardens lined the walls. World War I submarine Roger’s name zoomed to the top of the charts.
Miss Smith gave them a picture of her dog Tommy. She shied away from photos and shifted personal compliments to her staff. SPECIAL LIBRARIANS Mary Saxe, chief librarian at Westmount Library in Quebec, spent ten years persuading the committee to build a Children’s Room. ” -Lillian Smith Number Three The Book Tree: The Classics and More What makes a book a good book for children? Miss Smith continued to ponder this question. The answer, she knew, must lie hidden in the forever-popular stories, the classics.