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Too Much Noise in the Library The mayor visits Ms Reade's school library and when he decides it is too noisy he turns off the computers and Dvd players locks up all the books and sends the students and teachers away but soon realizes that a library is no good if it is not being used

10 thoughts on “Too Much Noise in the Library

  1. Anayssa Pulido Anayssa Pulido says:

    A perfect book to read aloud in a classroom about going to the library When people go to the library they expect a nice uiet place to relax and read However this book talks about the appreciation of children in a library and how although the library is loud at times because of children laughing teachers talking keyboards typing and people asking uestionsit is always better to have some noise than nothing at all If things are too uiet it can get lonely boring and make people sleepy This has a twist on a classic folktale and it reminds us of the true spirit of the library and its joyful noise The illustrations used throughout were simple but connected well with the story I'd recommend it to any young reader

  2. Allison Parker Allison Parker says:

    This children's book could have replaced a good portion of my school library media education The mayor comes to visit Ms Reade's lively media center expecting a nice uiet place to read Instead he finds too much noise and starts shutting off computers locking up books and kicking kids out But the mayor finally realizes that libraries don't work very well without any noise My only complaint is that the busy illustrations and text fill too much of each page up so the book feels crowded and cramped Any school library media specialist could have suggested that busyness only works with meticulous organization which this book's design lacks

  3. Regina Regina says:

    The mayor visits a school library and finds it very different from the uiet and peaceful space he is used to He decides that this is too much noise for a library and changes everything He soon learns that the noise he was so uncomfortable with is what MAKES the libraryI have to say as someone who worked with administrators who believed the same uietpeaceful philosophy this was a great book to illustrate how libraries truly are I would recommend it to read at staff development days actually LOL Reminding teachers and administrators that a busy library is a working library Great job

  4. Rebecca Rebecca says:

    Ah if only everyone who works at and uses libraries would read this book Some noise in the library is OK and means it's busy and lively If your library embraces this idea this would be a great readaloud to introduce a group of kids to the library

  5. Kris Dersch Kris Dersch says:

    Cute story and fun read aloud Logistically I have uestions it's a school library what is the mayor doing thereand why are these kids just randomly watching DVDs? but once you set those niggly details aside it's a very sweet book

  6. Jodi Lamb Jodi Lamb says:

    Very cute story would be great for a librarian to use not only to read to students but also for administrators to help understand that libraries are changing

  7. Brianna Clark Brianna Clark says:

    This is a good book to help teach about libraries and library etiuette but to make sure not to take it too far because a really uite library isn't always the best thing because libraries are meant for reading soft talking asking uestions and so much I think this is a cute book about what libraries are like and i think this could be a good introduction to students who have not been to a library Also the pictures help bring to life the actions in the book

  8. Shay Vande Shay Vande says:

    The rhythm and repetition to this one would make it very fun to read aloud to children

  9. Randie D. Camp, M.S. Randie D. Camp, M.S. says:

    Ms Reade runs a lively school library but it is much too loud for the city Mayor Ms Reade steps out of the library for a moment and the Mayor gets to work on making the library peaceful and uietbut is a uiet library a good library?Rhythmic repetitive text is fun to read aloud and the Mayor's character is sure to make young kiddos giggle Illustrations are lively Good book

  10. Ms Threlkeld Ms Threlkeld says:

    As an elementary school teacher librarian I definitely appreciate this book's message and agree that libraries should be full of life and learning which doesn't have to be uiet The execution of the story fell flat though and I found myself skipping over entire pages because the text was repetitive

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