Sewell Elementary is without a librarian. Our
library could use someone to help take care of it. If you would like
to volunteer please call 584-7200. We need people to help shelve
books, straighten up shelves, and do general library housekeeping.
Any help would greatly be appreciated by students and teachers. _________________________________________________________
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Ask For Kids
Remember that when you look
for information on the Internet, the information might not be totally
up-to-date. It might not be
as accurate as the information you get from encyclopedias and books from
good publishers (where lots of people check the information before the
book goes into print). Remember
also that free information is often paid for with advertisements – but
that doesn’t mean you have to buy the stuff!
to go in Tucson – Desert Museum
Search the Sewell Library Computer Catalog
You can search the Sewell
book catalog (OPAC) from any computer in TUSD.
Next year we are told that there will be some changes and then you
will be able to search our catalog from your computer at home (or any
computer in the world, for that matter!)
Here’s How to Get
Information from the Catalog
Log on from a TUSD computer
Click on Internet
Zap the address field and
type in these nine letters
The welcome page of our
catalog should come on your screen
Type in your search term
Click on Author, Subject,
Title, Series – whatever is appropriate
Type the author’s last name first
type “The” or “A” if that is the first word of the title.
lists are alphabetical, so the first word is often enough by itself.
Click on these websites to
get information about some of your favorite authors:
-Jan Brett is the author and
illustrator of many gorgeous picture books.
*Meet Arthur’s author at
*Christopher Paul Curtis
*Dan Gutman www.dangutman.com
-The library has lots of his books, especially those great Anansi
Munoz Ryan www.pammunozryan.com
-Pam Munoz Ryan has written
many great picture books as well as chapter books.
She won Arizona’s Judy Goddard Award for her historical fiction
-Seymour Simon is popular
with a lot of students who like to read science books with great
-What could I say in a few
words about this giant of children’s literature!
-Conrad Storad is a
professor at ASU. He won the
Judy Goddard Award in 2001 for his wonderful picture books about the
Arizona desert, and desert animals.
***Links to many other authors
can be found at http://weblinks.scsd.us/authors%20for%20all%20readers.htm