[Library Media] Fwd: Winter Break Reading for Children
sdeeds at utah.gov
Mon Dec 5 17:05:33 MST 2016
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From: ron.maas at fablelearning.com <ron.maas at fablelearning.com>
Date: Fri, Dec 2, 2016 at 10:32 AM
Subject: Winter Break Reading for Children
To: "sdeeds at utah.gov" <sdeeds at utah.gov>
Ron Maas here, from Fable Learning (formerly known as StarWalk Kids Media).
I’m writing to let you know that Fable Learning is once again opening up
our very popular *free winter reading program called The PopUp Library,
starting on December 16, 2016. * We hope you will share this news with
your member libraries and schools, and encourage them to share the access
information shown below with their patrons, children, teachers, and
* December 16, 2016 - January 3, 2017*
* Free Winter PopUp Library*
* www.FableLearning.com/PopUp <http://www.FableLearning.com/PopUp>*
Starting on December 16, our exclusive collection of *650 eBooks* will be
available free to anyone with internet access — children, families,
educators — who would like to browse and read from our broad range of
engaging fiction and nonfiction eBooks for children.
Visitors to this site during winter break can immediately read any eBook in
our *PreK-8* collection, which is carefully curated for exceptional quality
titles from well-known and respected authors and illustrators and includes
a robust Spanish Bilingual Collection for ELLs.
*How The Winter PopUp Library Works:*
* Everyone has automatic access starting on Dec. 16 at
* No check-in or check-out is required to read any of our titles
* No user identification is required
For the winter break and over the holidays, our goal is to help kids read
more than ever before, and hopefully share their enthusiasm for the eBooks
they’re reading with their families!
For those libraries and schools who choose to participate in this program,
we have created promotional support materials like tent-cards and send-home
flyers as printable PDFs. *You can find and download these materials at
If you have any questions or need more information about the PopUp Library,
please feel free to contact me at the address below. Thanks so much for
your support, and for encouraging reading for children everywhere!
Sharon Deeds, Youth Services Coordinator/Consultant
Utah State Library Division
250 N 1950 W Suite A
Salt Lake City, UT 84116-7901
sdeeds at utah.gov
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