Bookface is Back!

I was unpacking some posters and came across a stash of bookface photos we did years ago, and realized the kids in those photos are now seniors!  Clearly it was time to add some new ones to our collection.

We put up a display with the old photos and matching books, which has been popular and interactive.


I really wanted new material, so encouraged the kids to roam the shelves and see what they could come up with.  They did not disappoint!  I love how many of them used arms, hands, and legs this year.  So creative!

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