Teacher Edition
Central Rappahannock Regional Library
Winter 2020
Celebrating African American History
As part of our  African American History Month celebrations in February, children in grades K-6 are encouraged to drop by the Youth Services departments at any library branch to explore a rotating series of self-guided activities looking at contributions of African American inventors .
Book Reviews
Elementary School
The Crayon Man
 by Natascha Biebow
Middle School
Dog Driven
by Terry Lynn Johnson
High School
Heroine
by Mindy McGinnis
Elementary School
African American Inventors
In February, drop by the Youth Services Department at all library branches to explore a rotating series of self-guided activities looking at contributions of African American inventors. Grades K-6.
Middle School
Teen Council
Come get involved in your library! Plan classes and events, make new friends, and have a good time. All teens are welcome, and there’s no need to register--you can just drop in. 
High School
Teen Art Show
Submissions accepted February 19-27 • Reception March 6
Cash prizes in two divisions: Grades 9-10 and Grades 11-12
Just for You!
Winter Reading Challenge
The Winter Reading Challenge is ON! Read four or more books to earn a limited-edition travel mug. Share your book selfies on our Book Chat Facebook group, use the app for easier tracking, and complete online missions for a chance at prizes.
Students with Specialized or Adaptive Needs
CRRL has free services designed for students with specialized or adaptive needs, including programs for those on the autism spectrum and with dyslexia, and the Talking Book/BARD programs. Learn about these offerings and more at librarypoint.org/access-services.
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