The last book club meeting for the year will be Friday May 3rd. Anyone is welcome to attend; however, you must sign up in advance if you'd like to join us. See Ms. Loy if you have questions or would like to sign up.
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eBooks are here!
Just in time for Teen Tech Week, the library has purchased a few ebooks! To access the ebooks, click on the Follett Shelf logo above. Your username is your complete student ID# and your password is book1. Be sure to change your password once you login!
Right now we have four ebooks. Each of them have unlimited, simultaneous access - meaning everyone in the school can read at the same time! You can bookmark, make notes, and highlight - all saved to your individual account!
Foul by Paul Hoblin (FIC HOB)- Rhino, a star basketball player at Bridgewater, except at the free throw line, does not know who to trust when he starts getting anonymous messages threatening to hurt the people around him if his free throw record does not improve.
The Holocaust by Martin Gitlin (940.53 GIT) - Explores the origins, devastation, and global impact of the Holocaust, profiling influential people and describing the experiences of those who were forced to live in the Nazi concentration camps.
Picture Perfect by Elaine Marie Alphin (FIC ALP) - A gap in his memory the afternoon that his best friend disappears in a redwood forest has a fifteen-year-old photographer wondering about his own role in the mystery, and who he can turn to for help.
Ultraviolet by R. J. Anderson (FIC AND) - Almost seventeen-year-old Alison, who has synesthesia, finds herself in a psychiatric facility accused of killing a classmate whose body cannot be found.
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