Order the books you love online in our Destiny catalog, or with the BOOKHUB form, and get it delivered to your classroom.

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I put a book on hold?

> Watch this video!

How many library items can I have at one time?

> This year the the library staff is limiting the number of library items students can check out to 1 at a time.

Need help finding a good book?

> Complete the BOOKHUB Form.

When will I receive my book?

> If you are a blended model student, your library item will be delivered to you during your English class. If you are a Virtual Edmond student, please email Mrs. Neff to arrange a curbside pick-up time.

When should I return my book?

> A book can be checked out for 2-weeks at a time.

Where do I return my book?

> Please return any library items to the book return bin outside of the Media Center's entrances.

How can I renew my book?

> Please email a picture of the book's barcode to Mrs. Neff. The barcode is found on the upper right-hand side of the back of the book, near the spine.

How long will a book be in quarantine once it is returned?

> Currently, the library staff is required to quarantine books for a minimum of 72 hours.

If I do not want to check out a physical book, where can I go to read eBooks and audiobooks?

> You can check out a large collection of fiction and nonfiction titles through Sora. Watch this quick introduction video then follow the instructions below.

Go to http://soraapp.com, click "Find my school," choose "Edmond Public Schools," click "Sign in using Edmond School District 12." Once you are signed in, click on the 3 lines in the upper right corner, and click the green plus sign that says, "Add a library." There you will type in Metropolitan Library Systems. This will add thousands of additional titles for you to read.

> Open Educational Resources is a public digital library. Here you can find a collection of various resources including the Folger Shakespeare Library.

> Project Gutenberg is a library of over 60,000 free eBooks. This is a great resource to use if you are looking for classics.