A little help?

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Another summer project I would love to do is a “where to?” sign, like this one over at The Adventures of Library Girl.  


So far, the places I have are: 

  • Narnia
  • Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
  • Camp Half-Blood
  • Droon
  • Deltora
  • Spiderwick Estate
  • Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory
  • The Emerald City
  • Wonderland
  • Neverland
  • 100 Acre Wood
  • Whoville
  • Where the Wild Things Are

Being in an elementary school, I would love to add a few more picture book lands or places. Any ideas?


7 Responses to “A little help?”

  1. G. Carnes

    How about”The Black Lagoon” or “Miss Nelson’s Room”? I know it’s not a picture book, but maybe “Wayside School”? I think this is a great idea, I might try it myself this summer!

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  2. Anonymous

    Hi~

    You could add the big woods & plum creek for the Little House books, but again they are not picture book places! I am going to search the shelves tomorrow to see what I can come up with!! Great idea!! Thank you for sharing all your wonderful ideas & projects!!

    Anne-Marie Ross
    Library Media Specialist
    Manomet & Indian Brook Elementary Schools
    Plymouth, MA

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  3. jenny

    What about Elwood City from Marc Brown’s Arthur books?

    Jenny Granger

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  4. Anonymous

    Mulberry Street from the wonderful Dr. Seuss!

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  5. Swersty

    Love this idea! Not sure if these would work for you, but how about “Skippyjon’s Closet” and “Elephant and Piggie’s Place”?
    Swersty’s Swap Shop

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  6. Matthew C. Winner

    AWESOME idea! I saw the middle school one, too, and was inspired… but never gave wings to the project. Here are a couple others that come to mind:

    Castle Dor (Tale of Despereaux)
    Bloors Academy (Charlie Bone)
    Nomansen Island (Mysterious Benedict Society)
    Berkshire Mountains (The Penderwicks)
    Briny Beach (A Series of Unfortunate Events – Book 1: The Bad Beginning)
    Alagaesia (Eragon)
    Decakwoo Drive (Mercy Watson series)
    Walnut Knolls Elementary (Allie Finkle)
    Santa Martina (Sammy Keyes)

    Feel free to use what suits your library!

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  7. Holly DuBois

    Great idea! I loved hers too. A lot of great suggestions already but here are a couple more.

    Sunset Towers (Westing Game)
    Brooklyn House (Kane Chronicles)
    Camp Jupiter (Heroes of Olympus)

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