Reading Lists

PE Resources for Exercise, Fitness, and Obesity

Posted by Berta Winiker on April 10, 2012

Tom wants to links these resources to the website he's made.

Series Books

Posted by Gloria LaCroix on February 28, 2012

A website to find series books either by title or author

Alice Hoffman

Posted by Susan Booker on January 4, 2012

This is a test

Books by Alice Hoffman

Posted by Susan Booker on January 4, 2012

This is a test

Mr. Ingraham's Bennington History Project

Posted by Berta Winiker on May 10, 2011

This is a list of library resources from the Vermont Collection. You will find information about famous people, historic buildings and events and some local lore. Don't overlook the importance of interviewing people and hearing their perspective on local history.

Mr. Rosenthal's Big Bang Theory Bookbag

Posted by Berta Winiker on February 28, 2011

True or false??? Explore these library resources to learn more about the scientific basis of the Big Bang Theory.

Mr. Cross's Recommended Books

Posted by Berta Winiker on February 22, 2011

These books are some of Mr. Cross's favorites which he recommends to students.

Mr. Pesce's Animal Project Bookbag

Posted by Berta Winiker on February 4, 2011

These resources, which include books and websites, will provide the details needed to complete your project. A number of them are specific to wildlife in Vermont.

Mr. Reutter's Chemistry Bookbag

Posted by Berta Winiker on January 26, 2011

Reading is an important aspect of my classroom. Reading will be part of its daily regimen. I have some books on popular chemistry in my classroom. If these books do not strike your fancy, then the reading list presented here is compiled for the sake of finding an alternative. The list of books here provides a wide selection of popular chemistry titles and should provide a broad enough assortment for everyone to find something interesting.

Reference Titles with Online Access (History and Science)

Posted by Berta Winiker on November 16, 2010

This list contains reference titles with online components. You’ll find the solar system, milestone documents, decades and ancient history here.

Mr. Pesce - Nature Journal Books

Posted by Berta Winiker on November 3, 2010

This list focuses on Vermont flora, fauna and wildlife in addition to some classics such as Thoreau. Also included are nature writing which will inspire your own reading and writing. The library has many field guides and books on tracks and scat which will also be helpful.

Mrs. Moore's Genetics Bookbag

Posted by Berta Winiker on October 22, 2010

These resources will be useful to you as you complete your assigment.

Measuring the World Bit by Bit

Posted by Berta Winiker on February 22, 2010

For Katy Schonbeck's Geometry classes

What Do I Do With the Rest of My Life???

Posted by Berta Winiker on January 28, 2010

Practical guides mixed in with some inspirational reading will help you sort out some of your questions and develop a strategy.

Stephen King

Posted by Susan Booker on January 14, 2010

Horrors! Dig into a book by the master of scare...but beware, these will keep you up all night!

Ms. Schonbeck's books for Algebra 1

Posted by Berta Winiker on January 13, 2010

microcosm, artistic perspective, magnification, aerial views, time-lapse photography, distance

Trivia questions for Mark Upright

Posted by Berta Winiker on August 27, 2009

Mark asked for some help with the daily question for his announcements

Mr. Pesce's List for Charles Darwin's Birthday

Posted by Berta Winiker on February 5, 2009

February 12th is Charles Darwin'sbirthday