Thursday, November 3, 2016

Literary world mourns the passing of Natalie Babbitt

The literary world mourns the passing of a great author, Natalie Babbitt

Some of her more popular works included:
  •  Tuck Everlasting 
  • The Search for Delicious
  • The Eyes of Amaryllis 
  • Bub: or the very best thing

Thursday, October 6, 2016

October is Cyber Safety Month

Check out our collection on Internet safety:

  • Enhancing your digital academic footprint by Nicholas Croce (Call # 650.14 CRO & eBook)
  • Internet safety edited by Haugen and Musser (Call # 302.23 INT)
  • Thinking critically: social Networking by Andrea Nakaya (Call # 006.7 NAK)
  • The Truth about internet and online predators by Keith Dingwell (Call # 004.67 DIN)
  • The Facebook effect: the inside story of the company that is connecting the world by David Kirkpatrick (Call # 338.7 KIR)
  • Friend me: 600 years of social networking in America by Francesca DiPiazza (Call # 302.3 DIP)
  • Pinterest:
  • Social media: like it or leave it by Rebecca Rowell (Call # 302.23 ROW)

Wednesday, June 1, 2016

Summer Programs @ Emma S. Clark Library

"Get in the Game: Read"
Sign up for the Teen Summer Program @ Emma S. Clark Library

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

Join National Readathon Day ~ May 21, 2016

Please join us for National Readathon Day 2016 on Saturday, May 21, 2016, and enjoy the opportunity to generate excitement amongst readers of all ages, and support youth literacy. The transformational power of reading is fundamental to the value that libraries provide to our communities, and we hope that we can count on you to participate.

All funds raised leading up to and during #Readathon2016 will benefit the American Library Association's  Every Child Ready to Read initiative, which promotes literacy development in children from birth to age 5 through programs in public libraries nationwide.

Readers everywhere will be able to contribute to #Readathon2016 through:

The American Library Association's Facebook page and at this website

Thanks for your support! 

Monday, April 4, 2016

Transform Your Reading With eBook


Lighten your load!

eBooks have been added to our library collection and are ready for you to use now! From school or from home, eBooks give you the ability to take and save notes, highlight, bookmark and more!

 There are three easy ways to access eBooks:

·       Under the Follett Shelf in our Destiny®  catalog or
·       Search for our school at  or
·       Download the FREE Follett BryteWave™ K12 Edition app to your personal device    

Enter your school username and password to access our collection.

See your Librarian for further information.                         

Friday, April 1, 2016

Celebrate National Poetry Day!

Celebrate National Poetry Day and beyond!

See contemporary Poets on Screen reciting their poems!  Access the ProQuest Learning: Literature in our databases (click here)  Go to Literature/Language Section.  Access with your school's database username & password.

The Poets on Screen collection showcases contemporary poets reading selections of their own work and their favorite classic poems. These clips are the result of an ambitious five-year project funded by ProQuest and poets recorded now include Andrew Motion, Gillian Clarke, Simon Armitage, Margaret Atwood, and Benjamin Zephaniah.


Explore our library's collection of poetry books located within our Destiny Library Catalog.

Titles available include:
  • The Complete Collected Poems of Maya Angelou (print & eBook format)
  • Notable Poets: Volumes 1,2,3 (eBook format)
  • 100 Essential Modern Poems by Women (print format)
  • Classic Writings on Poetry (eBook format)
  • Language for a New Century: Contemporary Poetry from the Middle East, Asia & Beyond (print format)
and many more......... 

Wednesday, March 9, 2016

Book Contest: Win a free copy of You Were Here!


Win a free copy of You Were Here


Told from multiple points of view through a mix of prose, graphic novel panels, and word art poetry, You Were Here takes you on an unforgettable journey of friendship, heartbreak, and inevitable change.
Sourcebooks is giving away 15 copies of You Were Here. To enter to win, send an email to with the subject line of “You Were Here Giveaway” and please include your mailing address.

Deadline: March 31, 2016 (Open to U.S. and Canadian addresses)