Month: August 2020

William Shakespeare’s The Tempest

Retold by Georghia Ellinas, Illustrated by Jane Ray I am not familiar with Shakespeare’s The Tempest in its original form, so this review is from that perspective. As a picture book this is a complex story with a lot of characters, told in first person by the magic sprite Ariel. She tells of her imprisonment …

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Library Staff Tip Videos: Holds in Destiny

This is a test run of a new series: casual videos for school library staff on Destiny and other library topics. These first videos show how students and teachers can log into Destiny to search and place holds on items, and how library staff can manage holds in Destiny. How Students Place Holds on Items …

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Go With The Flow

Written by Lily Williams & Karen Schneemann, Illustrated by Lily Williams Four sophomore girls try to navigate life at a school that cares more about sports than listening to girls. The feminine product machines are always empty, and bullies are merciless. Together they will learn to navigate high school and the perils (and humor) of …

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