Keokuk High School Library

Top Three 2020-2021 Reads: Long Way Down by Jason Reynolds, Emmy & Oliver by Robin Benway, and Scavenge the Stars by Tara Sim.

HS Library Hours:

Monday: 7:30-12 p.m. / 1-2 p.m.

Wednesdays: 7:30-12:30 p.m.

Online Card Catalog

Access KHS's Desiny-Follett online card catalog here.


Keokuk Public LIbrary

Not finding what you need?

Access the KPL catalog & website here.

Don't see what you need?

Request an inter-library loan through the Keokuk Public Library HERE

Stop in and see us!

The library is available much more than last year, and you can stop in to get books, use a study space, borrow a Chromebook, or just say "hi!" We'd love to see you!

Meet Mrs. Cook & Mrs. Westermeyer Marlin

Mrs. Sam Cook

KHS Library Clerk

Sam comes to the high school from KMS this year, and it is her fifth year in the district. She's an avid reader and she brings a wealth of reading experience to this position. She is married with three children and lives here in Keokuk. She's also a huge fan of caramel macchiatos if anyone wants to bring her caffeine!
Be sure to stop in and say "hi" to Sam and welcome her to our school!
Contact: sam.cook@keokukschools.org

Mrs. Anna Westermeyer Marlin

K-12 District Media Specialist

B.A. - English - WIU '09
M.A. - English & Writing - WIU '13
School Library Studies Endorsement - UNI '21
Anna taught secondary & post-secondary English and composition courses for nine years before switching to the media specialist role in 2018. She enjoys coffee, tea, and chocolate covered pretzels; loves spending time with her husband, son, two stepchildren, and their three pups; and she is desperately awaiting the next Marvel movie.
Contact: anna.westermeyer@keokukschools.org

References:

Brinkley, N. (2017). "8 YA books filled with holiday spirit." Retrieved from https://www.barnesandnoble.com/blog/teen/8-ya-books-filled-holiday-spirit/. "Follett News" (2018). Twitter logo image. Retrieved from https://twitter.com/follettnews Goodreads (2018). Book photos for "Recent Arrivals" section. Retrieved from www.goodreads.com. Prensky, Marc. (2010) “Understanding the Nouns, or Tools”. Teaching Digital Natives: Partnering for Real Learning. Thousand Oaks: CA, p. 111-148. (Note: The entire book available as a pdf can be found here . Chapter 7 is pdf pages 193-252.)Westermeyer, A. (Photographer). (2018, May). Library panoramic photo.YALSA (2019). "About teen tech week." Retrieved from http://www.ala.org/yalsa/about-teen-tech-week.