Vacation Fun in the School Library

Bonnell, Cathy C.
January 1985
School Library Journal;Jan85, Vol. 31 Issue 5, p24
Trade Publication
Focuses on the 1984 library summer program organized by the Mount View Elementary School in Phoenix, Arizona. Program structure; Special events and activities; Children's response to the program.


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