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|Fri, 11-07-2008 - 9:48pm|
First let me begin by saying I think public libraries should hold all sorts of books - currently our public library HAS them but keeps many behind the desk so you have to specifically ASK for them and then you get "eyed" (yeah, its a small town lol). However, school libraries it is my understanding have limited space and do have a selection committee because of limited space. So I am wondering about this book...
Crooked Little Vein by Ellis and I invite you to do a search of this book. Many sites also have sample chapters you can read.
Okay for high school library?
OKay for assigned reading to english students?
Okay for teacher to read aloud to class?
OKay for teacher to check out of library and read at her desk personally?
Okay for teacher to check out of library and have available in her classroom for students?
Should parents have to sign off on novels their kids are assigned to read in high schoo? Any level? Or ones the teacher reads to the class?
Do you know if this book is in your school's library? What do you think about that?
Just curious what your thoughts are about that particular book and its place in public high school.