Pop-Up Bookstore!

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Check out the amazing books on sale this week in the library at our Pop-up Bookstore! Browsing these diamonds in the rough is treat enough, we guarantee it.

When: Monday – Thursday 7:45am – 9:45pm, Friday 7:45am – 5:00pm

Cost: $1.00 for hardcovers, 50 cents for paperbacks

All the money we raise goes to charity. ‘Tis the season for giving! Come enjoy some books. We think you’ll enjoy these covers…

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Ed Techie Help Desk

Having problems with your phone or iPad? Come to the Library Front Desk to talk to the friendly Ed Techies, who will do their best to help you!

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

Conference Period (10:15 - 10:40)

Check out this fantastic article about the Ed Techies and their good work from by the Hallmanac's very own editor, Ms. Gloria Revanche:

Keep Calm and Study On

Take some time this week to BREATHE. Check out our Study Break Area (above the text books) and pick up some coloring pages, or walk into another world through Google Cardboard. Trust us, you'll love it.

Or come to one of our programs starting Friday at 4:30 with mind blowing endings to Grimm's Fairy Tales. Find out what Mr. Disney left out...

 

First Storytime!!

Hooray for our first storytime of the year! Yesterday we had Baby Storytime where we sang and read about colors and Family Storytime where we had a crazy CANDY theme. Check out our Storytime libguide for lyrics and books. Storytime is for everyone on campus. Stop by for another on Thursday, October 22nd. We have way too much fun. SO COME!

The Hallmanac is Awesome!

Hooray for The Hallmanac and a recent article by Meghan Kelley who wrote, "While students are working in the Library, we can have access to the numerous resources the library has to offer, including course textbooks, computers, light, and a lot of space to do work." Thanks, Meghan! How do you like to use the library?

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Girl Up Book Club Rocked!

The Middle School Girl Up Book Club spent their lunchtime yesterday speaking with the lovely ladies from the Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls (OWLAG). They discussed what it means to be a leader using examples from a variety of books read for the club like Esperanza Rising, Chanda's Secrets, Hope Was Here and many more. What a wonderful use of technology: meeting empowered young women on the other side of the world at lunch!

Photo Credits: Caitlin...