Hazen High School Library and Information Center

Library 2017

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Library News and Events

 Destiny Discover (Library Catalog)
 Create, Invent, and Learn 
in the new makerspace areas. 
We have Legos, a 3D printer, 
Virtual Reality, and a Cricut for you to unleash your creative powers. 
Stop in today and create!

Check the display case often for seasonal and new book displays. You're sure to find a great read there!


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Teacher Recommendations

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BEST BOOK I EVER READ WAS...  Each month the HHS Library will feature a favorite book from a faculty/staff member or a student. Each person will give a brief synopsis of their chosen book and tell why the book is so important to them. Read about  some great people and some great books!
             "The best book I ever read was The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins. The plot was rich, and the characters were captivating. I read the whole Hunger Games series in about two weeks, which was pretty fast for me. These books have helped shape me into the person I am today. They started my “hunger for reading,” (notice the pun). After this series I read many more extremely good books, and I would happily recommend them to my fellow students and teachers. Reading is a way for me to forget what is going on in my life and to relax. They helped me see a new perspective of the world, and how to make changes. Yes, I am only seventeen, but so was Katniss Everdeen."  By Jenna Ronquest, 2017-18 Student Council President  (November 2017)

The Hunger Games is available in the HHS Library in two formats--a traditional book and an audiobook. 

 "The best book I ever read was One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez, a story about three generations of the Buendia family of fictional Macondo, Columbia. It is a work of magical realism, which incorporates fantastic or mythical elements into seemingly realistic fiction. If you love books set in dystopian or exotic worlds, this is for you! One Hundred Years of Solitude is the funniest, saddest, most enchanted, weirdest, and most beautiful novel I have ever read. You won’t be able to stop thinking about it after you put it down." By Karen Kremer, HHS English teacher, grades 11,12 (December 2017)

Hazen Hornet

HHS Library Media Specialist

Welcome to the Hazen High School Library! I am Ms. Angie Hambrick, the library media specialist. This is my 23rd year at Hazen as librarian and English teacher. This year, I teach concurrent-credit English Composition I and II to seniors. I am also a NationaI Board Certified teacher. I am so proud to be at HHS to provide students, faculty, and staff with a variety of resources in many different formats. This year, we have new makerspace materials and equipment, including a 3D printer, a Cricut, washi tape, coloring supplies, games, and puzzles. I hope to be adding new items to the makerspace areas throughout the year. Stop by sometime and take a look! 

Contact me at ahambrick@hazen.k12.ar.us with any questions or comments.

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Winners of the book-spine poetry contest: First place, Corea Larkin (far right), Second place, Tamara Pinkney (middle), and Austin Hill, honorable mention. Great job, guys! 
  Reagan, Colby, and Chase play UNO while Katie works on the STICK TOGETHER poster. 

Colby and Nik are engaged in a tense game of Boggle while Mychayla and Aishah browse for books.

  Students prepare for a fun game of Tumbling Towers.