08 December 2008

This book is the teen librarian's best friend.


We're doing library tours for the boys in a local group home all this week. Phineas Gage is one of the books I use to teach them about the nonfiction collection. They always love the story of Phineas and the huge rod that flew threw his brain (don't worry; he lived).

They especially like this picture from the book.


Introducing reluctant readers to this book is one of the fastest ways to convince them that they want a library card. And if that doesn't work, we tell them about the free Internet.

Tomorrow: Why my family's Christmas traditions are better than your family's traditions.

2 comments:

chou said...

I can see the attraction already.

Moo said...

Yeah, we'll see about the family traditions!

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