Keokuk Middle School Library

Top Three 2020-2021 Reads: Five Feet Apart by Rachael Lippincott, Cabin Fever: Diary of a Wimpy Kid (6) by Jeff Kinney, and A Child Called It by Dave Pelzer.

MS Library Hours

Online Card Catalog

Hours are 7:55 a.m. - 3:15 p.m. except from 12:30-1:15 pm for lunch

Wednesday hours are until 12:30 pm

Access KMS's Desiny Follett online card catalog here.

Keokuk Public Library

Not finding what you need?

Access the KPL catalog & website here.

Online Resources

Don't see what you need?

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

Parent & Guardian Resources

Select the image above to view parent & guardian information about reading, Battle of the Books, and support sites.

Student Resources

Select the image above to see homework resources and student reading list options, including: Battle of the Books, "100 Most Popular YA Books," and MENSA's reading lists.

Meet Mrs. Isaacs & Mrs. Westermeyer Marlin

Mrs. Deana Isaacs

Library Clerk, Middle School

Deana has worked as the middle school library clerk for over twenty years. She brings her personal book knowledge and rapport with students into the library to promote and support literacy. She very much enjoys spending time with her family, including two sons and two grandchildren.

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, their children, and their three pups; and she is desperately awaiting the next Marvel movie.


"Checklist" (2017). Pixabay. Retrieved from "Computer/Communication" (2012). Pixabay. Retrieved from Goodreads (2018). Book photos for "Recent Arrivals" section. Retrieved from Paciotti, B. (2018). "12 ways a school librarian can help teachers." Retrieved from 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.)