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Patricia Sanabria
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  • New York, NY
  • United States

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What to do with "one" NOOK?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Patricia Sanabria Nov 5, 2011. 2 Replies

I recently was able to purchase "one" NOOK for my school library. I will be working with our school's Literacy Coach on how to use the NOOK with small groups or 1:1 conferencing. If there is anyone…Continue

Ready to Submit Grant!

Started Oct 27, 2010 0 Replies

Now, that the school year is under way and I have my schedule pretty much settled, I am now ready to put the finishing touches on my grant. Are there any suggestions from anyone out there??Thanks,PatContinue

Where do you send a completed grant?

Started this discussion. Last reply by Patricia Sanabria Sep 4, 2010. 7 Replies

I'm an elementary school (K-5) librarian. I've been working on writing my grant and have finished it but I'm at a wall now because I don't know who or where to submit it. Is there anyone who has some…Continue

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Where do you teach?
PS 234 -292 Greenwich Street- New york, NY 10007
What grade level do you teach?
School Librarian
Do you own a Kindle or other ereader?
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Where did you learn about this site?
School Library Journal magazine

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At 3:30pm on May 26, 2010, Will DeLamater said…
Sounds good. Lots of people here at exactly the same place!
At 8:29am on May 26, 2010, Will DeLamater said…
Welcome, Patricia! Do you have any e-reading going on at your school? (P.S. I am enjoying the beautiful NYC weather attending Book Expo America at the Javits Center this week!)

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