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It’s time to return your library books!

The school year is coming to a close, and it's time to return your library books. All books are due on or before June 7th. Thanks for your help getting books back to the library, so that students can enjoy them next year!

April is National Poetry Month

National Poetry Month is an opportunity to celebrate poetry and its importance to our society. The Jason Lee Library has a variety of poetry books to choose from. There is poetry by such classic poets as Robert Frost and Emily Dickinson as well as poetry by modern poets such as Joy Harjo and Amanda Gorman. [...]

March is Women’s History Month

This month the Jason Lee library is highlighting books about women in history. If you want to learn about the first women who tried to become astronauts, you're going to want to read Almost Astronauts: 13 women who dared to dream by Tanya Stone. There are books about women in ancient civilizations as well as [...]

February is Black History Month!

This month the Jason Lee library is featuring books related to Black History. There are books about influential individuals as well as books about important events from Black History. If Historical Fiction is your thing, the library also has many of them that are related to Black History. Come to your library to find your [...]

Great Books for Cold Winter Days

If you're anything like me, nothing sounds better on these cold winter days than curling up with a good book in front of a cozy fire. If this sounds good to you, come in to your library and find a great book for a cold winter day. Some of the the most popular books in [...]

It’s Time to Sign Up for Battle of the Books

Battle of the Books is a competitive sport for readers. If you are not familiar with this program, students who want to participate make a team of up to four students. Teams then work together to read the twenty books on this year's Battle of the Books list. Then, in January, teams will compete against [...]

Once Upon a Crime

This month, the Jason Lee library is featuring mysteries and thrillers. Come to the library to find your next great read. Just don't blame the librarian if you can't put them down!

Diversity Reading Challenge

Research shows that reading books about people who are different than us helps to build compassion for others. Come visit your library today and take the Diversity Reading Challenge!

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