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New handouts to help Teachers and Librarians introduce BookCrossing

January 26, 2005
It's finally happened. BookCrossing has had to go back to school, and yes, we're really excited about it! Scores of teachers and librarians have written to us and asked for help how to get BookCrossing implemented in their schools, classrooms and libraries. To help them out, we turned to the experts: YOU! Over the past few weeks we've been hard at work compiling some of the wonderful and effective ideas our members have incorporated into their classroom and library shelves. We just created two downloadable handouts to help you introduce BookCrossing in your (or your child's) classroom and/or library:

Both are PDF format, so you'll need the free Acrobat Reader software to open them. We know there are many more ideas out there, and can't wait to add them to our archives. Hopefully, these suggestions provide you with a great starting point. We also extend an extra, big "thank you" to all you teachers and librarians who helped us to make the grade on this project!

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