As the school year ends, it’s time to kick back a little and enjoy the summer! If there is one thing librarians and educators have too little time of, it’s reading during the school year. The same can be said about students as well. Most of the school year, they are required to read textual information, for the most part, instead of having time to read what they want do without any following assignments…pure bliss! SO…what better way to start the summer than by creating booklists! The beauty of creating a list is that they can be HOWEVER 👏 YOU 👏 WANT 👏 TO👏. You want it by genre? Go for it! How about alphabetically, by popularity, by recommendation…hey even by color if you want to! If you meet with a book club or a group of bibliophiles, share them (as they also make for great TBR lists too!)
I’ve uploaded a new Youtube vlog post with FIVE different sketchnoting themes you can draw to put a creative spin on your lists. They come with instructions for both paper AND digital, using the Adobe Draw App. I’ve also included some tools to make it easy 😊 BONUS: they are EASY sketchnotes too, so you won’t feel overwhelmed. So, be a little creative with your booklists, learn something new (if you’ve never sketchnoted/bujo’ed) and enjoy yourself!