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Gomez Heritage Elementary librarian Robert Schull recommends Ethan Eats Hot Lunch. What do you really need to know before you start kindergarten? What if eating hot lunch is harder than it looks? Find out in this funny story by Andrea L. Glover and Bruce Arant. Get your summer reading list ready with these great recommendations from Omaha Public Schools libraries. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools Gomez Heritage ElementarySchool

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The Who Would Win series is a big hit with students and teachers at Belle Ryan Elementary. These non-fiction titles explore which fearsome creature would win if they got into a rumble. Get your summer reading list ready with these great recommendations from Omaha Public Schools libraries. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools Belle RyanElementarySchool

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Central High librarians recommend these two reads. When Dimple Met Rishi by Sandhaya Menon is being praised as one of the best young adult books of 2017 and is touted as Eleanor & Park meets Bollywood in this hilarious and heartfelt novel about two Indian-American teens whose parents conspire to arrange their marriage Goodbye Days by Jeff Zentner is a story of how one young man and a community deal with a tragic loss. Get your summer reading list ready with these great recommendations from Omaha Public Schools libraries. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools @OPSCHSLib Omaha Central High School

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Springville Elementary's librarian recommends My New Mom and Me by Renata Galindo and Before You by Rebecca Doughty. Both stories tell about the importance of the people in your life. For a feel good read, check these books out. Get your summer reading list ready with these great recommendations from Omaha Public Schools libraries. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools

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Gilder Elementary students enjoyed This is My Book by Mark Prett. This fun story says what happens when a writer's characters decide to take over the story. Older students enjoy the Wings of Fire series by Tui T. Sutherland--Can Clay and his friends have been raised to fulfill a mysterious prophecy and end the wars on their world, but when one of their own is threatened, they decide to run away. Can they save themselves and their world at the same time? Get your summer reading list ready with these great recommendations from Omaha Public Schools libraries. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools GilderElementarySchool

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Buffett Middle School students enjoyed Golden Sower nominee Took by Mary Downing Hahn, an author who is close to celebrating 30 years of being a published author. If you enjoy a creepy tale, this just might be the book for you. Get your summer reading list ready with these great recommendations from Omaha Public Schools libraries. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools Alice Buffett MagnetMiddle School @BuffettLibrary

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Jackson Elementary students revisited this true tale just in time for Earth Day. It is about a boy who built an windmill out of spare parts to help bring electricity to his village in Malawi. The students were also able to see the author, William Kamkwamba, speaking about it in a YouTube video. Get your summer reading list ready with these great recommendations from Omaha Public Schools libraries. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools

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Washington Elementary recommends Chester by Melanie Watt. This crazy tale is more than a picture book. It is a story told, and retold, by dueling author-illustrators. Get in on the fun by adding it to your summer reading list. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools @OPS_Washington

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Jefferson Elementary students enjoy new tales as well as classics. A Place to Read's main character is having a very hard time finding the perfect place to read. Mud Puddle was published nearly 30 years ago but has an updated look! It was the first of Robert Munsch's stories to be made into a book and tells the story of a girl who keeps getting pounced on by a mud puddle. Get your summer reading list ready with these great recommendations from Omaha Public Schools libraries. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools @OPS_Jefferson

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Creepy Pair of Underwear by Aaron Reynolds and Read the Book, Lemmings by Ame Dyckman are fan favorites at Mount View Elementary School and are written by authors of former Golden Sower nominees. Get your summer reading list ready with these great recommendations from Omaha Public Schools libraries. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools @OPS_mountview

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The Legend of Rock Paper Scissors by Drew Daywalt and Adam Rex is a fan favorite across the district. Students at Chandler View, Prairie Wind, Benson West, and Walnut Hill all give it an enthusiastic thumbs up! If you are a fan of Daywalt's The Day the Crayons Quit, then you are in for another hilarious treat with this book. Get your summer reading list ready with these great recommendations from Omaha Public Schools libraries. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools@drewdaywalt Chandler ViewElementarySchool @OPS_walnuthill @OPS_prairiewind @OPS_Bensonwest

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Catlin Elementary students are loving the classic story The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. They loved it so much, they even wrote their own books called The Very Hungry Kindergartners. Get your summer reading list ready with these great recommendations from Omaha Public Schools libraries. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools Catlin Magnet Center

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Happy Teacher Appreciation Day to all of our school librarians in Omaha Public Schools! You are master teachers who provide instruction for students in literacy, research and inquiry, digital citizenship, online safety, and information and communication skills. Thank you for teaching ALL of our students in Omaha Public Schools, K-12. Omaha Public Schools (And thank you to ABDO for this graphic)

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Benson High Students are loving the Throne of Glass Series by Sarah J. Maas. “A must-read… Maas has created a truly remarkable heroine who doesn’t sacrifice the grit that makes her real in order to do what’s right in the end.”--USA Today Get your summer reading list ready with these great recommendations from Omaha Public Schools libraries. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools Omaha Benson High School Magnet

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Edison Elementary students are loving 10 Little Ninjas written by Miranda Paul. They are super excited for her author visit with them this week! Get your summer reading list ready with these great recommendations from Omaha Public Schools libraries. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools EdisonElementarySchool

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This dystopian novel by S.J. Kincaid is a favorite of Monroe Middle School's librarian Michele Mulder--and any student willing to give her recommendation a try. Warning, the first book ends on a cliffhanger, so have book #2 ready to go when you finish The Diabolic. Get your summer reading list ready with these great recommendations from Omaha Public Schools libraries. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools Monroe Middle School

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Boyd Elementary's students and librarian enjoyed Book Scavenger by Jennifer Chambliss Bertram. Racing against time, Emily and James rush from clue to clue, desperate to figure out the secret at the heart of Garrison Griswold's new game. If you like puzzles, this may be the book for you! Get your summer reading list ready with these great recommendations from Omaha Public Schools libraries. #recommendedreads Omaha Public Schools @OPS_Boyd

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