Welcome to Golden Meadow Middle School's Media Center / Library. We have many great books to reach the interest of any student. 

Library Hours are 7 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each school day. The Library is open before homeroom each morning and during each lunch period (unless otherwise noted).

We also encourage the students to reach their Accelerated Reader goals each grading period: sixth-graders have a goal of 6 points each grading period; seventh-graders have a goal of 7 points each grading period; and eighth-graders have a goal of 8 points each grading period.

on Students

Students earning their points for the first grading period were:

8th graders

Jonah Bonvillain - 99.3
Abbigail Gomez - 52.9
Tommy Hickok - 28.8
Braeden Saucier - 24.7
Kirah Peyton - 24.4
Jacob Grammer - 24
Nyah Pierce - 21.7
Emily McCartney - 21.2
Ashlyn Duet - 19.8
Anjolec Dardar - 19.2
Lexi St. Pierre - 18.1
Gabriel Guidry - 17.9
Hailey Dubois - 17.4
Kendall Guidry - 16.2
Kaitlyn Cosse - 16
Sagan Rousse - 16
Jolie Gaudet - 14
Zachary Slade - 14
Lilli Lasseigne - 13.3
Kassidy Rivet - 13.2
Jesus Cortes - 12.8
Lottie Smith - 12.6
Britney Dismukes - 12.3
Morgan Douglas - 12
Jacie Mejia - 11.7
Gracie Melancon - 11.7
Clara-Jane Hutchinson - 11.2
Tanner Michel - 11
McKenzie Page - 11
Mattie Lee - 10.8
Alexis Griffin - 10
Mia Griffin - 10
Bailey Cheramie - 9.9
Cyrus Guilbeau - 9.4
Kimberly Bergeron - 9
Zaine Bowers - 9
Avalia Cheramie - 9
Isabella Cheramie - 9
Madison Cheramie - 9
Matthew Lee - 9
Brody Pitre - 9
Kendall Smith - 9
Brandon Lee - 8.8
Zeth Bowers - 8.6
Allie Dardar - 8.6
Rodney Melancon - 8.5
Zachary Cheramie - 8.4
Emma Lefort - 8.4
Cohen Terrebonne - 8.4
Matthew Alario - 8.3
Wes Allemand - 8.2
Jody Billiot - 8.1
Mark Borne - 8.1
Gracie Louviere - 8.1
Ella Picou - 8.1
Nico Remont – 8.1
Dacien Taylor - 8.1
Maci Auenson - 8
Maddox Billiot - 8
Jackson Bourgeois - 8
Alaiga Delaune - 8
Jared Gisclair - 8
Sonora Redillas - 8
Brody Rios - 8

7th graders

Taylor Schouest - 54.8
Angelie Barrios de la Cruz - 34.7
Kenshin Mejia - 24
Aiyana Mobley - 23.6
Anton Christen - 21.9
Hannah Shicksnider - 18
Trey Cheramie - 17.6
Kaemon Tye - 17.4
Ronin Lefort - 16
Hayden Callais - 15.3
Luis-Anthony Rodriguez - 15.1
Draven Sandras - 15.1
Eduardo Galicia - 14.6
Liza Terrebonne - 14.2
Taylor Plaisance - 14
Hyden Galjour - 13.2
Kayden Martin - 11.8
Dustin Bourg - 11.7
Olivia Lacoste - 10.4
Elise Hunter - 9.1
Germanie Castillo - 9
Madison Davis - 9
Emmanuel Lotek - 9
Gracie St. Pierre - 9
Isabella Ballina - 8.8
Gabryelle Lee - 8.4
Noah Carroll - 8.2
Joshua Raines - 8.2
Sha Billiot - 7.8
James Bermudez - 7.6
Dalien Taylor - 7.5
Synethia Berthusen - 7.4
Cylus Adams - 7.3
Sylvia Wilkerson - 7.3
Conner Gisclair - 7.2
Hannah Griffin - 7.2
Haileigh Atchison - 7.1
Cameron Cheramie - 7.1
Emilio Amaro - 7
Jexie Barrios - 7
Brendan Curole - 7
Fischer Dantin - 7
Brax Lee - 7

6th graders 

Juan Cuz - 54
Beric Rivet - 22.3
Heidi Griffin - 15.8
Lauren Louviere - 15
Morgan Lafont - 14
Mekenah Rodrigue - 14
Lucas Guidroz - 9.7
Tyler Winchester - 9
Avayah Dardar - 8.4
 Jack Lee - 8
Thamy Merida-Villatoro - 8
Richard Tindale - 7
Mason Allemand - 6.6
Makenzie Griffin - 6.6
Jet Lee - 6.4
Jude Messer - 6
Kaiden Taylor - 6

Check out these new books! 
The Ghost of Graylock
by Dan Poblocki
An abandoned asylum holds the key to a frightful haunting.

Everyone's heard the stories about Graylock Hall.

It was meant to be a place of healing - a hospital where children and teenagers with mental disorders would be cared for and perhaps even cured. But something went wrong. Several young patients died under mysterious circumstances. Eventually, the hospital was shut down, the building abandoned and left to rot deep in the woods.

As the new kid in town, Neil Cady wants to see Graylock for himself. Especially since rumor has it that the building is haunted. He's got fresh batteries in his flashlight, a camera to document the adventure, and a new best friend watching his back.

Neil might think he's prepared for what he'll find in the dark and decrepit asylum. But he's certainly not prepared for what follows him home. . . .

Scary, suspenseful, and surprising, Dan Poblocki's latest ghost story will keep you turning pages deep into the dead of night.

The Erth Dragons: The Wearle

by Chris D'Lacey

A Wearle of dragons set out on an expedition from their home planet and was never heard from again. Now, a new Wearle, determined to find the first, has come to the place its creatures call Erth. 

Gabrial, who still has the blue scales of a young dragon, is eager to prove himself, and to find his missing father. But when Gabrial causes an accident that results in a baby dragon going missing, he’ll have to prove himself worthy of remaining with the Wearle at all. Across the scorch line, most Hom, or humans, live in fear of the dragons. But a boy named Ren is too fascinated to stay away, and will soon find his fate intertwined with that of the dragons. When conflict erupts between the dragons and humankind, Ren does the unimaginable, crossing into dragon territory. Will he be able to gain the dragons’ trust and prevent an all-out war? 

NYT bestseller Chris d’Lacey sweeps readers off on an extraordinary adventure bursting with majestic creatures and one boy with the heart of a dragon.

All We Have is Now

by Lisa Schroeder

What do you do with your last day on earth?

There are 27 hours and fifteen minutes left until an asteroid strikes North America, and, for Emerson and everyone else who didn't leave, the world will end. But Emerson's world already ended when she ran away from home last year. Since then she has lived on the streets, relying on her wits and her friend Vince to help her find places to sleep and food to eat.

The city's quieter now that most people are gone, and no one seems to know what to do as the end approaches. But then Emerson and Vince meet Carl, who tells them that he has been granting people's wishes. He gave his car away so a woman could take her son to see the ocean for the first time, and he gives Emerson and Vince all the money he has in his wallet.

Suddenly this last day seems full of possibility. Emerson and Vince can grant a lot of wishes in 27 hours -- maybe even their own.

It's Not Me, It's You
by Stephanie Kate Strohm

One high school girl's comedic examination of her dating past as told by the friends, family, and boys who were involved!

Avery Dennis is a high school senior and one of the most popular girls in her class. But a majorly public breakup with the guy she's been dating causes some disastrous waves. It is right before prom and Avery no longer has the perfect date. She runs the prom committee, how could she not show up with somebody?

Post-breakup, Avery gets to thinking about all of the guys that she has ever dated. How come none of those relationships ever worked out? Could it be her fault? Avery decides to investigate. In history class she's learning about this method of record-keeping called "oral history" and she has a report due. So Avery decides to go directly to the source. Avery tracks down all of the guys she's ever dated, and uses that information, along with thoughts from her friends, family, and teachers, to compile a total account of her dating history.

Avery discovers some surprises about herself and the guys she's spent time with -- just in time for prom night!