#HoldShelf Gallery: March 2015

I have a large group of students who visit the library almost every day to place books on hold and to check on the status of their holds. After they place a book on hold or pick up a special book that is waiting for them on the hold shelf, they often look at displays, have conversations with me, and find something they didn't know they needed. The hold shelf brings readers to the library. 

Let's take a look at what readers around the world are excited to read. 

Travis Jonker's shelf

My shelf

Bernard Zell Anshe Emet School's shelf 

Jessup School's shelf 

Coudersport Elementary School's shelf

Elizabeth Husketh's shelf

Apollo's shelf 

South Mebane Elementary's shelf

Westchester Elementary School's shelf

Dana Frank's shelf

Perryton Junior High's shelf

Rush Creek Elementary School's shelf 

Gretchen's shelf 

Angie Woodson's shelf 

Megan's shelf 

Linda's shelf 

Mrs. N's shelf 

Maria's shelf

Campbell Middle School's shelf 

Brenda Kahn's shelf

Wallace Elementary School

Shari Butterfield's shelf 

Amy Ball's shelf 

Diane Brown's shelf 

Jamie Jensen's shelf 

Amy Timmins' shelf

Jennifer Gordon's shelf 

Debbie Alvarez's shelf 

Book Tasty's shelf 

Irving School's shelf 

Sharon Peterson's shelf 

Mrs. Greer's shelf 

King County Library's shelf

Rebecca Wynkoop's shelf

Bethe Marie Lehman's shelf 

@BooksonBikes' shelf 

Carver Middle School's shelf

Chad Reno's shelf 

Bryant Elementary School's shelf

Oak School's shelf 


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