I Love to Read Month at My School

I don't know if you know that February is I Love to Read Month.  We celebrate it at my middle school every year.  One of the really cool things we do is create "book posters".  Each homeroom picks a middle school chapter book and recreates the book cover in a poster form.  These are then hung up down our main hallway.  The results can be pretty amazing.  I've put together a slide show of this year's posters. 
Enjoy!

10 comments

melissa @ 1lbr said...

Those are AWESOME!

Andrea said...

Great job!

Juju at Tales of Whimsy.com said...

How beautiful! I love it! Such talent! And what a wonderful project. I would have LOVED this when I was in school.

Nina said...

So cute! Very good!

Sara said...

Aww that is so cool! All of them are so good :)

Terra said...

Those are great!

Here in Australia we have Book Week which is coming up in August. I'm working in a public library at the moment and we always have events on but it was so much fun when I was on work placement at a primary school library one year. We got to put on so many great activities for the kids, everyone dressed up, and each of the classes made a mural depicting a different book.

I also have an award for you to collect over on my blog!
http://terraonthebookshelf.blogspot.com/2010/02/humane-award.html

Beth said...

I love this idea!

NatalieSap said...

This looks like so much fun! Thanks for sharing!

✖Mizz Yasmin✖ said...

Hye, I was blog walking when I found your blog.
And I felt instantly in love with your layout and header.

Anyway, I have an award for you here.
Hope you like it!

Katie said...

Your students are so creative! Which book did your classroom do?

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