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FREE  Digital Books
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  4. MackinVIA: Treasure trove of digital
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6. Marvel Free Comics: From Marvel classics, to must-read runs, jump start your comic reading with these events, intro arcs, and storylines.

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Read Banned Books Library Poster Literary Art Print. 60 Colours/3 Sizes. Reader English Teacher Gift
September: Banned Book Week
October: Teen Read Week 
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March: BIG READ YA Authors

National Library Week, April 19-25, 2020. Image alternates between the tagline "Find your place at the library" and Find the library at your place."

Books for Pride Month: Bitmoji Train   recommended books for all ages.

Summer Reading 2020 ROCKS, check out the teen videos to promote summer reading.

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Access thousands of books from the public library using Sora.

In addition to ebooks and audiobooks available from the NYCDOE online collection, Sora extends student access to thousands of age-appropriate titles in all subject areas, in more than 20 languages, through local New York or New Jersey public libraries. For students logged into Sora using their NYCDOE student login, they can instantly borrow titles from the Queens Public Library without any additional steps. NYCDOE students can also browse and borrow titles from Brooklyn Public Library, New York Public Library and other public libraries with a valid library card. Simply add a library from the Menu.

Free High Speed Internet for students: If you have slow connection, have spotty Internet or old equipment read 

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  • Library Mission Statement: "Through the development of library technological resources and reading services, the library program supports curriculum, encourages development of creative and critical thinking skills and supports students in becoming both life-long learners and educated users of information.”