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Maia Hajj's insight:
The library has a new website! You can access it from the high school website by clicking on MHS Library under high school links or you can use mhslibrary.marbleheadschools.org/home.
The website has links to the library's catalog, subscription databases, ebooks, and more. Coming shortly will be a section for teacher resources that will contain links to professional online resources. Know a good website that you want to share with others? Tell me about it and I will add it to the page.
With this site, I can create customized research guides to help your students with their projects. These guides are organized by subject. I have already created some for English and science. Click on the subject tab and then click on a guide's title to see examples.
Email me or come by the library if you have questions or want to know more about it.
The library has magazines again. Come down and take a look during a free block.We currently get:
Literature: New Yorker Science: Discover, National Geographic, Popular Science, Scientific American News: Time, Economist Popular Culture: People, Instyle, Seventeen Other: Wired, Sports Illustrated, Motor Trend, Game Informer
Have any suggestions for titles to add for next year? Send me an email and I will look into it.
A free story every week, sponsored by The Library of America
Maia Hajj's insight:
From The Library of America comes a free short story, character sketch, essay, poem, or article each week from a classic work in American literature. This week's short story is "The Egg" By Shwerwood Anderson.
Have students that are readers? Have students that you want to inspire to read? Encourage them to try e-books and audiobooks now availabe through the library's website.
Thanks to a grant from the Friends of the Marblehead Public Schools, the library is piloting an ebook service this year for the first time. The service is available to all freshman and sophomore students and can be accessed from the library's website.
Check out School Library Journal's Best Books 2012 list.Some of which we have in the library, such as The Fault in our Stars by John Green, Tiger Lily by Jodi Lynn Anderson, and Never Fall Down by Patricia McCormick, to name a few.
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