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Request a Book for Pick Up
Remote Students - Curbside pickup
Students will use the online library catalog to search for books. https://tinyurl.com/y5nx2d23
Students who are working remote will use the Remote Student Book Request form to request books from the Woodbury library.
The library staff will gather the requested materials and check them out to students.
The materials will be put in an envelope and labeled with the students name.
Students will receive an email from the librarian when the materials are ready for pick up.
A library cart will be in the school vestibule for material pick up.
A second library cart will be labeled for book returns will also be in the vestibule for books to be returned.
Pick up times - 2:30 - 4:00 pm daily
Questions contact Woodbury Librarian- Lori Schwartz firstname.lastname@example.org
See the World
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Take a Virtual Field Trip
Library of Congress - Everyday Mysteries
Below is a link to document that contains important library lessons for you.
I will be adding new ones every 2-3 weeks.
Click on the link, watch the videos and do the activities.
If you have any questions email Mrs. Schwartz email@example.com
Woodbury Has Free Streaming Audiobooks!!
Tales2Go is an audiobook streaming app available through Woodbury School.
Click the icon to access directions to adding the app and logging in with y our school ID.
*Click blue icon for direct access to Tales2go. Sign in with your school Google account and use 03079 as the password.
Read Online with Teen Book Cloud! (Formerly Tumblebooks)
Read books online, find audio books and short videos.
Only an Internet connection is needed.
Digital Library and Free eBook Resources
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Bill Nye the Science Guy
Bill Nye’s website shares full episodes of his show “Bill Nye the Science Guy,” discussing life science, physical science, and planetary science.
A student friendly place to learn about news, books and movies.
Youngzine is a one-of-a-kind Web site where children can learn about current news and events shaping their world -- in a simple, engaging and interactive manner