No need to make an appointment. Mark your calendars and stop by the library during the following times to work with a U.S. History teacher and librarian:
We love it too. Those viral videos that just make your heart melt.
We've got some too at the Helen Temple Cooke library that might not make you go, "awwww" so much as, "WOW! My mind has just been blown!" Here are some of the latest YouTube videos from the library to help you succeed in your classes. And how about bookmarking our channel? It might just come in handy!
East Asian Studies - Edo Period Annotated Bibliography...
The delightful and gracious Liz Kessler, author of the Emily Windsnap series as well as other popular titles (A Year Without Autumn, North of Nowhere) visited Dana Hall yesterday. As part of her book tour to promote the sixth book in the Emily Windsnap series, Emily Windsnap and the Ship of Lost Souls, Kessler spoke to 6th grade students about writing, read the poetry she wrote at age 9, told stories of her dalmatian Poppy the Pirate Dog, and signed books for eager...
Check out our latest and greatest library display featuring famous women in science, technology, engineering, the arts and math.
There are still 24 STEAM books left. You know who you are. Pick them up! No questions will be asked. Help Helen and Katherine out and pick up your STEAM books before 4 o' clock today!
On Friday Ms. Cooney was lucky enough to interview some famous book characters in her classroom. Can you guess who?
Yesterday, six students from the Upper School traveled into Boston to hear a lecture by Marjane Satrapi, author of Persepolis. Satrapi touched on many points throughout her lecture but she highlighted three main points:
- Education is important!
- If we don't laugh we will die.
- There is no such thing as borders. We are all influenced by each other and share far more than anything that divides us.
Everyone had a fabulous time. Satrapi was hilarious and humble. We all...
Now that you've read one of the fabulous books on the STEM list, it's time to talk about it! Please make sure to check the list so you know what day your discussion group is meeting. All book groups will meet in the Dining Center from 12:30 - 1:00 pm. Make sure to bring your book, your thoughts and your questions!
If you read a book for which there is no discussion scheduled, check in with your math or science teacher for other extra-credit opportunities.
Get ready... get set... research! Here's your LibGuide.
Welcome to the American west in the 1800s, 7th graders! Here's your LibGuide. (You can also find it in the LibGuides widget on the left, or by clicking LibGuides above.)
Don't die of dysentery!