Welcome to the Library Media Center

Books To Go
Need a library book when you are Distance Learning?
  1. Click on this link to go to Destiny then find the book(s) you want.
  2. Email the author(s) and title(s) to mary.schadtle@rhamschools.org or sharyn.keeney@rhamschools.org.
  3. In your email, please let Mrs. Keeney or Mrs. Schadtle know if you will be picking your book(s) up from the 
    Books To Go pick-up box outside the Media Center or in person in the Media Center.
  4. You will get an email letting you know when your book(s) are ready to be picked up.


Looking for something to read?
New this week:

The New David Espinoza by Fred Aceves
Seventeen-year-old David Espinoza is sick and tired of being too skinny. After getting caught on video on the last day of school as a bully lays him out cold with a slap across the face, David begins to withdraw, deciding to devote himself to bulking up before the start of the next school year. He finds a gym close to home, run by a well-known young bodybuilder, but after a few workouts and not enough gains, he comes to the realization that all the YouTube bodybuilders he's been following might well have bulked up with some extra help: steroids. David's journey to an ideal body is fraught with pitfalls as he alienates his girlfriend and his family, develops muscle dysmorphia, and witnesses some truly horrific side effects of steroid use among his new friends.

Our Wayward Fate by Gloria Chao
When the new student in town happens be Taiwanese just like her, Ali Chu's world is turned upside down—and not in the ways she might have imagined. Ali is used to being different: Since moving to Indiana, she's been the only Asian in her whole school. Her classmates can't pronounce her name, and she has to drive to another town for kung fu lessons—where she's still the only Asian. Things aren't much better at home, with parents who won't address any of their problems or family secrets. Instead, they don't talk at all. Then Chase Yu arrives, and suddenly Ali has someone who understands her jokes and has her back when she stands up to teachers. The problem of Ali's family remains. To move forward, Ali has to uncover what their past means for her future.

Click here to read Webcomics.

Don't forget about Flipster magazines on the Online Resources page.

Click here for a link to sources for free online ebooks and audiobooks.

Click here for free audiobooks at Audible.

Your public libraries and the Connecticut State Library have many online resources available. You must have a public library card in order to access these materials.

Hebron and Andover residents: Click on this link then Online Resources on the left.

Marlborough residents: Click on this link then Online Resources on the menu bar. Choose Overdrive from the drop-down menu.

Easy Access to RBDigital now available- No Library Card Required! 

Students and patrons can visit RBDigital and select the register option on the right side of the page and follow these simple steps. Create a user name and password and use ctstatelib20 for the access code. Provide first name, last name, e-mail, and postal code.  Check the box to accept the terms of service and privacy policy and click on the register button. That’s all there is to it. They can now access the Connecticut State Library’s eAudio and eBook collection from RBDigital!

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Coming soon: In the spotlight

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Monday-Wednesday, Thursday-Friday: 7:00-2:10


Mrs. Cole, Library Media Specialist

Mrs. Keeney, Library Assistant

Mrs. Schadtle, Library Assistant

Contact information:
860 228-9474 ext. 3317