Archive for March 10, 2017

Library is open during March Break

The Professional Library is open 8:30 to 4:30 during the March Break (MB), and  our staff will be available to help you find stuff, guide you with your research,  or provide some one-on-one-librarian instruction on using Virtual Library resources (or whatever!). I can even be persuaded to offer a tour of Tippett  so you can see the wealth of  book and media (DVDs, kits, TDSB curriculum)  resources available to TDSB teachers.

Drop by, or even better, phone [416.395.8289] and let us know you are coming so we can get a head start on what you need.  Parking is available on the street or rear of the building.

If visiting the Library is the absolute LAST thing on your MB to-do list – enjoy a lovely break.

Rowan

 

March 10, 2017 at 12:00 pm Leave a comment

2017 Best book lists for children

Looking for new and recommended resources for students?Check out these lists/sites:

Canada:

United States:

Check ’em out! Rowan

March 10, 2017 at 8:00 am Leave a comment


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