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Shahala Library is a 21st Century Media Center where students and staff
can get help from a teacher-librarian, a library assistant, and multiple resources. 
We are available for student and staff needs with reading, research, technology, writing, 
video production, presentations, group learning activities & discussions, and more.
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Thank you to all volunteers and attendees at our 5th Annual Sci-Fi Fantasy Night READCON!

It was very fun and successful, as was our week-long Spring Book Fair--our most successful in Shahala history! 

Here are just some of the new books we     now have for check-out at Shahala Library thanks to the Book Fair:

Because of our school's book fairs, we are also planning to purchase new TECHNOLOGY, such as these items below,  for staff and students to use      through Shahala Library...




Join the EAGLE BOOK CLUB!

Meeting after school

in the library twice a month!

Main reading focus is Sci-Fi Fantasy Genre!

NEXT MEETING:  Thurs. 4/13/17


For details or questions, see Mr. Warner in the Library!





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SHAHALA LIBRARY NEWS


OCTOBER 2016 Focus in Library: 
Mystery and Horror

NOVEMBER 2016 Focus in Library:
Action-Adventure

DECEMBER 2016 Focus in the Library:
Multicultural History & Holidays

JANUARY 2017 Focus:BIOGRAPHIES & Non-Fiction

FEB. Focus: Realistic Fiction

MARCH: Sci-Fi Fantasy!

APRIL: Poetry, Humor, & Short Stories

MAY: Graphic Novels & Books Made Into Movies




BOOK CLUB:

Our next meetings are Thursday 5/4 and 5/11.


If you've missed our previous meetings, you are still welcome to attend any time we meet!  If you haven't filled out a club permission form yet, click here, print it out, sign & bring back:  Book Club Permission Form.pdf

May the Force and Reading be with you!




LOCAL LITERACY NEWS:
(news about authors, events, & contests in our area!)

April Henry at Powell's in Beaverton

Griffin, the teen who helped Cheyenne escape in Girl, Stolen, goes missing right before he’s set to testify at his father’s trial. Cheyenne sets out to save her former captor in April Henry’s much-anticipated sequel, Count All Her Bones (Henry Holt) – another edge-of-your-seat thriller for teens.


Thursday, May 11 @ 7:00 PM

 
Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing 

S. E. Hinton at Powell's in Beaverton

Embracing one of the most iconic novels in literature, the anniversary edition of The Outsiders (Penguin) celebrates 50 years in print and contains the full text of S. E. Hinton’s classic bestseller, plus tons of extra material such as photos, personal insights from the stars of the film, and archival materials that bring the story of this beloved book to life. Please note: The signing line is limited to 250 people.

Thursday, May 18 @ 7:00 PM

 
Powell's Books at Cedar Hills Crossing 

For Cascade Park Community Library events coming up, click here: CASCADE PARK Fort Vancouver Regional Library Events


ART & WRITING CONTEST: Writing contest that is sponsored by Scholastic.  It is also an art contest, and has a ton of genres for writing including humor, flash fiction, narratives, poetry... a ton to pick from.

http://www.artandwriting.org/Affiliate/WA002W



CREATIVE COMMUNICATION Writing Contests:



US Holidays