Library Media Center


Hardwick and Woodbury Elementary School's Library Media Centers are here to serve our students, faculty, staff, and community members. Staffed by Library Media Specialist, Lisa Baranyay, (a.k.a. Ms. Frizzle on Halloween, right), and a handful of fantastic volunteers, we strive to provide the tools for all your information and literary needs.

If you have any questions or need some help, please come in for a visit or email Ms. Baranyay at the library:

Library Hours:

  • The Hardwick Elementary School Library is open Monday through Thursday from 7:45-3:15, often times later.
  • The Woodbury Elementary Library is open on Fridays from 7:45-3:15.
  • If Ms. Baranyay is not in the library, Kindergarten through 3rd grade students may visit with an adult. Fourth through sixth graders may visit on their own with permission from their teacher. Books may be checked out on the clipboard - please remember to write down the HES or WDB barcode #!

Quick Links:

***Please email Ms. Baranyay if you need the login credentials for any of these sites.***

Need a good book? Start here!

Browse our online catalogs:

Hardwick Elementary

Woodbury Elementary

  • Epic! includes ebooks, read-to-me books, and audiobooks - just choose your appropriate grade level.

Access ebooks and audiobooks - The Green Mountain Library Consortium offers FREE access to ebooks and audiobooks from home using OverDrive. You can access it online or with the Libby app. All you need is a public library card, like from the Jeudevine Library. It's easy and free!

More online books:

  • VOOKS - animated ebooks and audiobooks

Still don't know what to read? Try these tools!

Visit your public library - the Jeudevine Memorial Library in downtown Hardwick or the Woodbury Community Library next to the Elementary School in Woodbury, are great community resources!

Books & Authors database by Gale Cengage Learning - a great resource for older students.

YALSA's Teen Book Finder is a free online database and app to help teens, parents, and anyone who loves YA literature access nearly 4,000 titles.

Find a great read-alike here,

Or browse Goodreads.

Other Stuff:

News Websites

Online Newspapers

News/Current Events

Great Websites for Kids!

Educational Games

Financial Literacy Games