Library

Judi Stewart Librarian

Librarian
PH: 662-893-6001

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Welcome to the Lewisburg Primary School Library

The goal of the LPS library is for all students to develop a love of literature.  Through the author studies, stations, and thematic studies, the Lewisburg Primary library will strive to reach students' goals in improving reading skills. 

If I can ever be of assistance, please feel free to contact me. 

 

Ms. Judi Stewart

Librarian

About Ms. Judi

My name is Judi Stewart.  I graduated in 1994 from Mississippi State University with a Bachelor's in Elementary Education.  I received my Master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction with an emphasis in Language Arts in 1996 from the University of Mississippi.  I received my Library Media National Board Certification in 2018. 

    I taught second grade for sixteen years before making the move to the library.  This is my 26th year of teaching.   I am blessed to be a part of the LPS family. 

    My daughter, Merrill, is a junior at Mississippi State University.  She is majoring in Business Administration with a minor in Marketing.   She enjoys taking care of the animals on my parent's farm, The Office, and hanging out with her friends.  My son, William, is a freshman at Northwest Mississippi Community College.  William will be playing football for the Rangers!   He loves cooking, fishing, and video and music production. 

     I am a huge Mississippi State Bulldog fan!  Nothing makes me happier than watching my Dawgs play.  You will find me in the stands for each and every game cheering my team to victory.  I also am a avid reader!  I love to discover new authors to enjoy.  Not only do I read books written for someone as old as I am, I love to discover new books for my LPS kiddos!  My prayer is that they will develop a love of reading that will last a lifetime!

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In order to stay connected with our VIP students, I will be posting library lessons online for you to utilize.  It is my hope that during this difficult time, your child escapes in a good book.  Reading can help student cope with the uncertainies they may be feeling.  Be sure to follow my Twitter feed @LPS_Library for links to fun stories and activities.  

Check Out What is Happening in the Library!

Author of the Month: Dr. Seuss

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Theodor Seuss Geisel was born on March 2, 1904 in Springfield, Massachusetts. At the time, his family lived on Howard Street in Springfield’s South End. The family soon moved to Fairfield Street. The Geisel home was not far from Mulberry Street, the subject of his first children’s book And to Think That I Saw It on Mulberry Street, published in 1937.

Writing with the pen name Dr. Seuss, Ted published over 40 children’s books and helped produce a number of film and television programs. His most celebrated books include The Cat in the Hat, Green Eggs and Ham, One fish two fish red fish blue fish, Horton Hatches the Egg, Horton Hears a Who!, and How the Grinch Stole Christmas!. Dr. Seuss’s honors include two Academy Awards, two Emmy Awards, a Peabody Award, the Laura Ingalls Wilder Medal, and the Pulitzer Prize.

In 1986, Dr. Seuss visited Springfield. He greeted fans on Mulberry Street, not far from his Fairfield Street home. It was his last visit. Theodor Geisel passed away at the age of 87 on September 24, 1991, in La Jolla, California.

 

Happy Reading! 

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VIP Lessons

Green egg and ham

Sam-I-Am offers an unnamed character a plate of green eggs and ham. He refuses, repeating, “I do not like green eggs and ham. I do not like them, Sam-I-Am.” while Sam persistently follows him, asking him to eat them in eight locations (House, box, car, tree, train, dark, rain, boat) and with three animals (Mouse, fox, goat). Finally, the character accepts the offer and samples the green eggs and ham, happily declaring that he likes them and ends the story, saying, "I do so like green eggs and ham. Thank you. Thank you, Sam-I-Am."

What type of food have you tried that you didn't think you would?  Write your own rhyme about trying a new food. 

Helpful Information to Assist with Distance Learning

Parents and Students:

The following sites are great resources to keep your children reading.  Allow your child the opportunity to explore the various sites to read books on his/her interests.  If I can be of help, please email me.  I will be happy to help find books for your student to read according to his/her interest or level on an individualized basis.  I can email you links that are personalized to your child.  Let me know how to help during this difficult, unprecedented time.  

Scholastic Digital

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BookFlix (PreK-3) provides a fun way for early readers to engage with delightful stories and interesting nonfiction ebooks. 

Username: Learning20 Password: Clifford

 

Watch & Learn Library (Prek – 3) builds learning excitement with real-world videos in English and Spanish. 

Username: Learning20 Password: Clifford 


TrueFlix (Grades 3+) helps students build science and social studies knowledge in an engaging way.  

 Username: Learning20 Password: Clifford

 

ScienceFlix (Grades 5+) gets students excited about all sciences with exciting articles, videos, and projects. 

 Username: Learning20 Password: Clifford

 

Scholastic Learn At Home (PreK-9+)  Even when schools are closed, you can keep the learing going with these special cross-curricular journeys.  Every day includes four separate learning experiences, each build around a thrilling, meaningful story or video.  

 

No Password Needed

Scholastic Go  (Grades 2+) Explore nonfiction text, world newspapers videos and more with this easy to navigate digital resource designed to strengthen content knowledge, vocabulary, and core proficiency skills.  

 

Username: groliergo46.  Password: blue

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Junior Library Guild gives you unlimited access to read books online from any device. There is no limit to the number of users! Titles enter and exit the digital stream regularly, so there are always new picks available. 

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Username: JLGELM                                             Username: JLGMID 
Password: JLGFREE                                             Password: JLGFREE

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MackinVIA provides access to free ebooks.

Mississippi Distance Learning Primary MackinVIA (PreK-8) 

    • Site Name: Mississippi Distance Learning Primary 

    • Username: mde20201 Password: mde20201

tumble books

Provides access to free ebooks.

Username: tumble735   Passcode: books

Lightbox
Provides access to free ebooks and a variety of interactive activities.  No password needed. 
unite
Provides access to free ebooks.  No password required.  
pebble go

(Grades K-2)  Provides access to online database packed with informational articles on a wide variety of subjects.

Username: engaged   Password: learning

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(Grades 2-5) Provides access to an online database packed with informational articles on a wide variety of subjects.  

Username: engaged   Password: learning

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Provides access to free ebooks. 

Username: continue   Password: reading

abdo digital

Abdo Digital Bookshelf provides unlimited access to the entire Abdo Digital database.

No password needed.  

Helpful Library Links

Student Resources and Websites

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Use AR Bookfind to find the level of your personal books.

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Engaging student literacy activities 
scholastic
Scholastic Stacks provides a variety of educational, interactive games
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Welcome to Seussville...the home of all things Dr. Seuss
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Travel to Bear County with Jan and Stan Berenstain

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Celebrate Kevin Henkes
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Discover Dav Pilkey and his hit characters, Captain Underpants and Dogman
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Explore the best-selling author and illustrator with the beloved characters of Elephant and PIggie and Pigeon. 
Gilbert
Catch up with Gilbert and the best-selling author, Diane Degroat
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Discover the beauty in Jan Brett's work

Student Databases

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eReading and Reference Links

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world book

Library Advocacy

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school libraries work

Reading Advocacy

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Library Schedule

 

9:00 - 9:45

9:50 - 10:35

10:40 - 11:25

12:00 - 12:45

12:50 - 1:35

1:35 - 2:15

Monday

Price

Yarbrough

Vanderburg

McCloud

Bruckner

Kirk

Tuesday

Davidson

Walcott

Edwards

Hudson

Bagley

Alef

Wednesday

Adair

Totty

Young

Weaver

Bright

Booth

Thursday

Hutchens

McCracken

Alsbrook

Wright

Crumbley

Sanders

Friday

Morrow

Burns

Pumroy

Woods

Cook

Palmer