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> What do you think of shelving easy (K-2) nonfiction books and harder =
(3-5) nonfiction seperately? And shelving easy chapter books separate from =
harder chapter books?
> I asked my reading spec. and she said it might be a self-esteem problem =
for the older kids.  I also asked a 4th grade teacher whose class is on a =
2nd grade reading level and ESOL and she thought it would be a good idea.
> If I shelved the easier books seperately it would help me find something =
for the K-2s quicker and they would be able to find something on their own =
and on their level as well.
> If you have any thoughts or do this already, I would appreciate any =

> TIA,
=D8 Shelley Stietzel, Librarian
=D8  Belmont ES, Woodbridge, VA

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