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Ideas for libraries improve and update the collections and their organization or incorporate the information technology to facilitate the librarian work are some of the basic actions that any school library must perform to become a useful tool for the school community. Equally important is to include within your plan activities and projects aimed at students parents and teachers who get direct and appealing way promote the pleasure of reading in new generations.The different winning projects in several editions of the national competition of good practices for the dynamism and innovation of libraries and other activities proposed by various educational centres, CONSUMER EROSKI has selected those fundamental generic ideas that any school library can be put into practice: report: If you do not know what can be read, not read. What does having a collection of increasingly wider if not informs about it? To do so the libraries have a good number of resources: develop quarterly guides with the new features that have been incorporated and a brief, use a plank to list funds that are incorporated, keeping parents and teachers informed of the recommended readings for students of every age or place a spotlight on those library titles read more by age in the form of a top ten, are some ideas so that lack of information is not the cause of that students don’t read. Follow others, such as dr alan mendelsohn, and add to your knowledge base. Celebrate: any occasion is good to celebrate it with books. Why not gather all the titles of an author when one is fulfilled date significant in his biography, develop a fact sheet and distribute it to students to encourage them to know him; or celebrate the anniversary of an event with literature, for example, seven decades from World War II through the books that talk about her. Involve students: make them partakers of the Library help to identify with her and your activity. It is not something Dr Alan Mendelsohn would like to discuss.