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The Book of the Week (November 15th)

Otherworld by jason segel and kirsten miller

After a disastrous accident leaves Simon's friend Kat unresponsive in a hospital bed, the Company behind the wildly popular virtual Otherworld offers to plug Kat into their virtual reality using experimental, state-of-the-art technology. When Simon discovers that the Company's plans are less than virtuous he smuggles himself into the Otherworld in search of his friend.


The Book of the Week (November 8th)

Dry by Neal and Jarrod shusterman

When the water in southern California runs out, teen Alyssa's parents set out to secure drinking water for their family at a temporary relief point--but when they don't come back Alyssa must set out into a increasingly dangerous, rapidly deteriorating society with her younger brother, Garret, to find them.


The Book of the Week (November 1st)

A Winter's Promise by Christelle Dabos

Having grown up in space after civilization on earth ends, Ophelia is forced into an unexpected engagement to an important official from another society. This isn't typical in her clan, so she must figure out what both groups have to gain by proposing the undesired marriage.


The Book of the Week (October 24th)

Sachiko by Caren Stelson

Sachiko Yasui was only six years old when she survived the atomic bombing of Nagasaki, Japan. This account of her experience is deeply personal, and offers a rare glimpse into one of the most significant moments of World War II.


The Book of the Week (October 18th)

Strange Star by Emma Carroll

Check out this creepy mystery book to get into the Halloween Spirit, recommended for grades six through eight!


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Stop By to Say Hi!

Stop by the LRC to meet to Ms. Greene, NBJH's new librarian! Say hi to Mrs. Niswonger and tell us all about your summer reads!

Books are available for check-out now, so get your school year off to a good start with a great book!

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LRC Info

Library Hours

Monday-Friday: 7:45 - 3:45pm

The library is open to students throughout the day with permission from a teacher or Ms. Greene

Checkout Rules

6th grade: 6 items for 3 weeks

7th grade: 7 items for 3 weeks

8th grade: 8 items for 3 weeks