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Author Sophie Blackall Visits BFS

  Brooklyn illustrator/author Sophie Blackall┬ávisited with┬áthe Preschool 4s, Lower School 2nd and 3rd grade students, and all Middle School and Upper School students on October 1. She shared her inspiration […]

Welcome Back!

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 in Touch with Your Inner Poet

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 […]

eBooks for Everyone

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 […]

Copyright affects schools? YES!

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 […]

And the Winners are…

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 […]

Best Books of 2013

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 […]

The world needs your novel.

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 […]

There are Monsters in Your Library

If you haven’t already downloaded the Dictionary.com app, it’s worth checking out!  The app offers a comprehensive dictionary and thesaurus with pronunciations that can be played out loud. The folks at Dictionary.com […]