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Library News

  • Over 190 eBooks Available!
    Take a moment to visit our Hiland Axis360 eBook shelf! We have added over fifty new eBooks to our Hiland eBook collection. Please visit the library if you need assistance downloading the app or logging into our collection. Hiland staff and students also have access to eBooks via Follett and INFOhio. Visit our eBook link to gain access to many more eBooks.  
    Posted Mar 1, 2016, 10:50 AM by lori pringle
  • INFOhio Guides: All About All Students Learning
    INFOhio transforms teaching and learning by connecting educational resources with the power of information technology. Explore student and educator guides via INFOhio Guides

    Contact the library staff if you need our INFOhio username and password to access the power of INFOhio outside of our schools. 
    Posted Aug 21, 2015, 7:38 AM by lori pringle
  • Bookmyne
    Place your own holds and renew your school library materials using our library catalog app, Bookmyne.  Visit the "Books" webpage (under "Student Links" on the left toolbar) to learn more about Bookmyne. Use your student number as your alternate ID and your birth month and day as your four digit pin. The Holmes County District Public Library uses the same app! Download the Bookmyne app today! Contact the Hiland library staff for assistance
    Posted Feb 10, 2015, 11:37 AM by lori pringle
  • Winners Announced: East Holmes Mock Book Awards

    The first East Holmes Mock Caldecott and Mock Newbery results are in and we are excited to announce the winners!

    The winner of the 2015 East Holmes Caldecott Medal, chosen as the best picture book published in 2014, goes to . . . The Monkey Goes Bananas, by C.P. Bloom, illustrated by Peter Raymundo.  Our Caldecott Honor book is Quest, by Aaron Becker.  The Monkey Goes Bananas is a hilarious story of a monkey trying to get to an island that has bananas.  Quest is a fantasy story with breathtaking illustrations involving a boy and girl using their creativity (and their special crayons) to save a king and his kingdom. 

    The winner of the 2015 East Holmes Newbery Medal, chosen as the best contribution to children's literature, usually an upper elementary novel, goes to The Fourteenth Goldfish, by Jennifer L. Holm.  Our Newbery Honor book is The Last Wild, by Piers Torday.  The Fourteenth Goldfish explores the idea of finding a "fountain of youth," but does so in a light, whimsical manner.  The Last Wild is about a world where animals no longer exist; at least people think they no longer exist.

    The actual 2015 Caldecott and Newbery awards, along with other book awards, will be announced on Monday, February 2, at 9:00 a.m. from the American Library Association's convention in Chicago.  

    You can view student comments about these and other great books at our Mock Caldecott and Mock Newbery sites. 

    Posted Feb 3, 2015, 7:19 AM by lori pringle
  • INFOhio Tools for Student Research and Online Testing Preparation
    INFOhio offers a vast collection of tools and resources to support student learning. Be sure to explore INFOhio's Tech Skills for Online Testing Pearltree. INFOhio provides research process support for primary students through Go! INFOhio Ask Act Achieve and for middle and high school students through Research 4 Success. Educators may view this handout for more information. 
    Posted Nov 25, 2014, 6:49 AM by lori pringle
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