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“The library has no biases. The information is all there for you to interpret. You don’t have someone telling you what to think. You discover it for yourself.” Ray Bradbury, author

Who Would You Be In A YA Fantasy Novel?

Our goal is to help students, staff and parents become competent, critical, and ethical users and producers of ideas and information. Our mission is to prepare students to become information literate, transliterate individuals who are able to determine their own information needs, recognize and utilize reliable and relevant resources, creatively and effectively solve problems and communicate with others, sharing their learning with the larger community.

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YA Book Podcasts  

Hazel & Katniss & Harry & Starr

This weekly podcast brings together two YA lovers, Brenna Clarke Gray and Joe Lipsett, who talk about YA books and their subsequent adaptations. Tune into episodes about Scott Pilgrim, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before, Dumplin’, and, of course, tons of upcoming book recommendations. 


Current Events link:  Newsela

Looking for a humorous take on the news? Try The Onion!

You can also use:  Global Issues in Context    – This database  gives perspectives on International news and current events. 


Google books – Free eBooks

eBooks  – 9 online full reference books.


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A library’s mission is to take the world of data, combine it with the people in the community and create value. (Seth Goodin)