Monthly JDHS Yadaa.at Kalé Library News
MAY: Let's celebrate Asian Pacific American Heritage
APRIL: Poetry Month (and Earth Day!)
HAPPY NEW YEAR OF READING!
We have lots of new books for you to check out
If you missed the Halloween Book display, look for books with a black dot -- those would be the horror you've been looking for.
Happy almost Halloween
Banned Books, books to movies etc
Come visit the library and explore many newly published books and some books that are finding new interest now that they're going to be in film/TV: Kindred, Dear Evan Hansen, PS I Still Love you, Dune
Happy mid-September celebrations
Welcome Back to our library!!!
Hello, students and teachers!
The library is open for Enrichment starting August 25th. For now, there will be a 50-person capacity restriction due to COVID. Please keep at least 3 feet distance from each other and keep face masks on at all times. I am very happy to see all of you and will be smiling behind my mask when I see you!
PS...if you got a reminder from me to return materials, drop them off at school anytime between 9:00a.m - 3:00pm Monday through Friday. There will always be someone in the front office or in the counseling office this summer. They will gather the books for me until I return in August.
Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month ~ May 2021
Women's History Month ~ March 2021
My recommended reading this month:
Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race
Read Across America ~ March 2021
Check our our ebook selection...Several recently published ebooks are here for your reading pleasure. A few recommendations:
- take a break from the stress of college applications and read about someone else' instead. In You Asked for Perfect by Laura Silverman Ariel navigates the stress of AP classes and keeping his perfect GPA and his friendships.
- Layoverland by Gabby Noone
- The Upside of Falling by Alex Light
- A Curse so Dark and Lonely by Brigid Kemmerer
Celebrating Black History Month ~February 2021
CURBSIDE SERVICE ~ Returning Books/Picking up books - resumes January 4, 2021
Final Exam Week: December 14-18, 2020
If you already have an Audible Account from last year but forgot your account number and password let me know. I can help. However, this pilot program is no longer supported so we do not have technical support from the company. You still have your credits to use if you haven't done so. They expire on December 24th. Use it, or lose it.
Get to know your librarian
- you may return books between 8am - 4pm M-F
- still have books from last year, return them now, please.
- the virtual library is open 24hrs if you wish to borrow ebooks or audiobooks.