Brooklyn illustrator/author Sophie Blackall visited with the Preschool 4s, Lower School 2nd and 3rd grade students, and all Middle School and Upper School students on October 1. She shared her inspiration […]
And in case you missed it you can watch all the 2014 TTT Nominee book trailers here.
Next week, award-winning author Paul Fleischman will cap off his tour of Climate Week NYC events with a visit to middle and upper school students at BFS on Wednesday, September […]
The Library Crew hope you had a great summer filled with relaxation, exploration and, of course, reading! We are looking forward to a fruitful academic year ahead and to opportunities […]
Get the details about her visit HERE. Download a book order form HERE. Final book orders due Friday, May 2.
It seems like every month there’s something new to celebrate: National Pig Day, International Women’s Day, Go Green Week, Pi Day, and the list goes on! April is no different. Since 1996 […]
The libraries at BFS are happy to announce that we have added over one hundred books to our collection! This is great news because now you never have to be […]
Can I copy that whole book? Can I scan the entire article? How about a class set? What about copying an image from the internet and using it in homework […]
To celebrate Valentine’s Day last week our 6th graders participated in a few rounds of Book Speed Dating. This game is a great way to introduce students to genres, authors, […]
The Youth Media Awards were announced this morning! The YMAs are like the Oscars or Grammys for the children/young adult book world. Some of the most notable categories include the […]
It’s a new year and that means new books! Maybe you missed a few great titles from 2013? Well we’ve got you covered. Check out any of these lists to […]
Ever think about writing a novel? Now’s the time. November is National Writing Month. That’s right, it’s NaNoWriMo! According to the official website, NaNoWriMo “is a fun, seat-of-your-pants approach to […]