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School Library Month 2019

The 2019 theme is Everyone Belongs @ Your School Library.

School Library Month History:

The 2019 spokesperson is Dav Pilkey:

Photo by Kai Suzuki
In the second grade, Dav Pilkey created a comic book about a superhero named Captain Underpants.
Although successful today with many books published, the start on his journey was a little rough....

“Growing up with learning challenges in school after being diagnosed with ADHD and dyslexia, I’ve been fortunate to have had the encouragement and support of my parents who helped me to associate reading with fun. I have fond memories of going to the library with my mom who had a radical idea—she let me pick whatever book I wanted to read. I read lots of books and magazines that made me laugh out loud, which led me to discover many other books in different genres. Reading without judgment was a turning point in my life and that is what made me a lifelong reader. Over the years I’ve had the privilege to have met many committed librarians whose passion and dedication to literacy is life changing. I’m honored to be this year’s AASL ambassador for school libraries and an advocate for everything they do to make the world a better place.”

Watch and share a new video from Dav on the importance of school libraries and reading.
Check out resources from Dav and Scholastic's new Reading Gives You Superpowers Week!


"School Library Month", American Library Association, December 12, 2011. (Accessed April 8, 2019)

Document ID: 6b727bd5-cb97-bb74-9df9-1f815084214a


Library Month

Author Megan Shepherd visits DCS high schools

NC author Megan Shepherd is a full time author from Brevard that has published 8 books with her 9th book is being released in 2020.  This was a great opportunity for students in our district to meet a real author in person!  
Read more & see photos:

Author Megan Shepherd visits DCS high schools Author Megan Shepherd visits DCS high schools