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Member: blondebunny

CollectionsYour library (1,469), teacher read alouds (31), kindergarten (3), 1st grade (143), 2nd grade (496), 3rd grade (384), 4th grade (198), 5th grade (97), 6th grade (25), listening center (61), poetry (34), Professional (4), All collections (1,470)

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Tags2nd DRA (466), 3rd DRA (196), DRA 28 (172), DRA 24 (149), DRA 20 (114), DRA 18 (106), 1st DRA (104), DRA 38 (94), DRA 30 (90), 3.5 (84) — see all tags

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About meI am currently an elementary gifted resource teacher in Va. Beach, VA. I taught 2nd grade for 15 years, and also taught 1st, 3rd, and 4th at one time or another. My library thing library was set up when I taught 2nd grade. I still have a couple hundred books to catalog!

About my libraryI use Library Thing for my professional and classroom library organization.

My books are leveled by reading levels. For example, 2.7 is second grade (7th month) book. 2.? means I couldn't find an official level, but I know it's somewhere within 2nd grade.

GroupsTeachers who LibraryThing

Homepagehttp://spesgifted.edublogs.org/

Real nameJennifer

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Account typepublic, lifetime

URLs http://www.librarything.com/profile/blondebunny (profile)
http://www.librarything.com/catalog/blondebunny (library)

Member sinceAug 4, 2010

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Hi

The Universal Import is under "More" in the LibraryThing menu. In the left sidebar. there's "Import/Export", and when you click on that, voila.

You can paste in the ISBN's from your email (or however they're generated), and the Universal Importer will add them all to your library. I used a web site to search for all my Wodehouse books (IIRC, it was either isbn.org or isbn.nu) and added 70 books in one stroke.

I also use my text editor's feature, "Copy lines containing", to pull out just those lines from my email that have the isbn numbers (bbedit on my Macintosh, but their free version, TextWrangler, may also have this feature). If you're familiar with grep, you can do something similar with any text editor.

HTH,
Vic
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