Our easy readers are also shelved separately. We also try to separate
them by reading level (but it is one of the hardest collections to
keep in any kind of order!)
Quoting Teresa Holyoke <[log in to unmask]>:
> Because those easy readers tend to get lost among the E picture books, I
> label them ER and shelve them separately. I have a K-8 school library, so
> that helps to keep them easily accessible.
> Teresa Holyoke
> On Wed, Mar 8, 2023 at 9:50 AM Chase Emerson <[log in to unmask]>
>> Hi All!
>> Recently, we've been working on a major overhaul of our children's
>> collection. Thanks again to all who answered my earlier children's
>> non-fiction recommendation question!
>> Today's query--do you have your Easy Readers set apart or shelved with your
>> other children's books?
>> Huge thanks in advance for any and all responses; I know how busy many of
>> you are! I definitely feel some guilt for asking questions, when I rarely
>> make time to answer yours. (And that last sentence is making it much
>> harder to hit send.)
>> *Nina Woodward*
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> Terry Holyoke
> Librarian/Media Specialist
> Brewer Community School
> 92 Pendleton St.
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Rangeley Public Library
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