Library Media Center Hours
Monday – Thursday 8:15am - 3:00 pm
In-Library Reading & Discussion
During library time, picture or chapter books are read to the learners, which promotes listening skills. This leads to a group discussion about the story and characters and inspires questions, imagination, and love of literature.
3rd Grade La Vigne, Kirby and 2nd Grade Hamm 9/17:
THE PET WARS by Allan Woodrow
Eleven-year-old Otto wants a dog, but his twelve-year-old perfect sister, Lexi, wants a cat. Their mother, who works very long hours as a nurse, wants neither. Pets are expensive, so who's going to pay for everything? The battle lines have been drawn, so let the Pet War begin.....
3rd Grade McCormick/Brooks and 4th Grade Sandland 9/17:
SCHOOL OF THE DEAD by Avi
Unexpectedly befriending the supernatural-enthusiast uncle he previously found eccentric, Tony is devastated when his uncle dies suddenly. Tony's uncle then appears to him in ghost form at Tony's new school, where a student is missing.
4th Grade Sylva and 4th Grade Driscoll 9/17:
BEYOND THE BRIGHT SEA by Lauren Wolk
Twelve-year-old orphan Crow embarks on a journey to discover who her parents were and why they abandoned her as an infant.
2nd Grade 9/17:
FRANCINE POULET MEETS THE GHOST RACCOON by Kate DiCamillo
Talented Animal Control Officer Francine Poulet questions her skills when she confronts a screaming raccoon that may be a ghost. Book #2
1st Grade 9/17:
NANCY DREW AND THE CLUE CREW: MUSEUM MAYHEM By Carolyn Keene
A night at the museum and a broken sculpture lead to artistic injustice, unless Nancy Drew and the Clue Crew can find the true culprit. Book #39