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1. Browse the genre collections for some ideas. Look for Collections and See All on the main page of the catalog.
2. Find something you like? Login to the catalog and place a book or books on hold. We will notify you by email when it is available for pick-up in the main lobby.
3. Still struggling? Complete the google form for some personalized suggestions from your librarians.
4. Think the library should purchase a specific book? Let us know!
Requesting Print Books using the Catalog
Remote students - if you place a book on hold we will contact you when it is available for pick-up in the main lobby. Please refer Tutorial below or Tipsheet to place a book on hold in the catalog.
Browse the collections below for ideas on books to reserve online. Have an idea for a collection? Let us know!
AP Student Suggestions
Non-fiction books reviewed by Mr. O's AP Language class.
Books that include diverse characters or themes. Learn more about this initiative at https://diversebooks.org/
Fairy Tales and Myths
Fiction books based on fairy tales, myths, or re-tellings of stories.
Collection of non-fiction and fiction titles.
Mostly fiction titles about music, bands, singers, etc.
Read with a friend!
Multiple copies of these books are available!
Also includes fiction titles with characters overcoming or struggling with adversity, mental health, etc.
Memoirs, Biographies and Autobiographies
Books that have made Ms. Hopkins cry...
Books about gamers or video games
Requesting Print Book Suggestions
Complete this google form if you would like suggestions for library book check-outs.