North Cache Library

Welcome to the North Cache Library!

Sora is our district digital library. Sign in with your school username and password to check out ebooks and audiobooks.

Contact Mrs. Dayton for the username and password for home access.


Check out these great books available with NO holds!

(May 5-Aug. 20)

Following are some digital resources.

Free from Audible

Access free audiobooks from audible

Free from We Are Teachers (click on the five links below)

50 Brain Breaks from We Are Teachers

The Big List of Children's Authors Read Alouds & Activities from We Are Teachers

25 Family Movies Every Kid Should See (Plus Fun Activities to Go With Them)


Common Sense Media has links to many different activities. Virtual Tours, Art Lessons, Storytimes, Music Lessons, etc.

Learn more about your family with Chit Chat Cards

2021 Newbery Award Winner: When You Trap a Tiger by Tae Keller

FANTASY & FOLKLORE - Would you make a deal with a magical tiger? This story brings Korean folklore to life as a girl goes on a quest to unlock the power of stories and save her grandmother. When Lily and her family move in with her sick grandmother, a magical tiger straight out of her Halmoni's Korean folktales arrives, prompting Lily to unravel a secret family history. Long ago, Halmoni stole something from the tigers. Now they want it back. And when one of the tigers approaches Lily with a deal--return what her grandmother stole in exchange for Halmoni's health--Lily is tempted to agree. But deals with tigers are never what they seem! With the help of her sister and her new friend Ricky, Lily must find her voice...and the courage to face a tiger.

Watch the trailer:

2021 Newberry Honor Books

All Thirteen: The Incredible Cave Rescue of the Thai Boys' Soccer Team

Written by Christina Soontornvat

Soontornvat skillfully describes the dramatic real-life rescue of the Thai Boys' soccer team in 2018 by highlighting the teamwork of the cave divers and the drilling and medical teams which were crucial for the survival of the coach and the twelve boys. All Thirteen exemplifies superb narrative nonfiction writing.

A Wish in the Dark

Written by Christina Soontornvat

Told in the alternating perspectives of two memorable characters, Pong and Nok, Soontornvat sets this story in the Thai-inspired world of Chattana, where light and dark symbolize contrasts between the rich and the poor. A timeless, yet timely, fantasy that highlights social disparities and the value of friendship and justice.


Fighting Words

Written by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley

Della depends on her fierce older sister Suki, especially after escaping an abusive home. In foster care though, Suki begins to unravel. Bradley creates a survival story that transcends—addressing the toughest of topics with honesty, hope, and humor. Della's powerful voice lingers long after the last page is turned.

We Dream of Space

Written by Erin Entrada Kelly

Illustrated by Erin Entrada Kelly and Celia Krampien

In the days before the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster, the Thomas siblings navigate the dangerous space of middle school and the fractured constellation of their family. With a deftly constructed 80's backdrop, Kelly's realistically imperfect characters struggle to connect, only finding success when they abandon their own lonely orbits.

BOX: Henry Brown Mails Himself to Freedom

Written by Carole Boston Weatherford

Illustrated by Michele Wood

Weatherford masterfully recounts the true story of Henry "Box" Brown, who shipped himself to freedom in a box. All 51 poems, with the exception of one are sixains—representing the six sides of a box. The poems are filled with emotional intensity and have implications for the present day.

2020 Newbery Award Winner: New Kid by Jerry Craft

REALISTIC FICTION - New Kid is a graphic novel about starting over at a new school where diversity is low and the struggle to fit in is real. As seventh grader Jordan Banks makes the daily trip from his Washington Heights apartment to the upscale Riverdale Academy Day School, he soon finds himself torn between two worlds--and not really fitting into either one. Can Jordan learn to navigate his new school culture while keeping his neighborhood friends and staying true to himself? (https://abqlibrary.org/newbery/All)


Watch the trailer here:



Use this form to vote for themes you'd like to see on bookmarks.