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!
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!
In the Jason Lee Library this month we are highlighting books with Asian American and Pacific Islander authors and characters as well as books by and about people with Middle Eastern Heritage. We have amazing books from a variety of genres including fantasy, science fiction, historical fiction, graphic novels, realistic fiction, adventure, suspense mystery, and [...]
March is Women's History Month, and the Jason Lee library has some fantastic books to honor amazing women from U.S. and world history. For example, Fly Girls by P. O'Connell Pearson and A Thousand Sisters by Elizabeth Wein are both about women pilots during World War II. Another is Claudette Colvin Twice Toward Justice by Phillip Hoose about a [...]
Jason Lee is continuing its One Book, One School tradition again this year! Students and staff received a copy of A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park. Over the course of the month of February, we will be reading and discussing the book. One of the themes of the book that we will be focusing [...]
Battle of the Books is happening now at Jason Lee! Teams are currently working together to read twenty books. In January, teams will compete against each other to answer trivia questions about this year's titles. The competitions are organized as a single elimination tournament. Everyone who participates earns prizes. However, the biggest prize is the [...]
November is Native American Heritage Month. In recognition of this, the November Diversity Reading Challenge is to read a book by an Indigenous author or about Indigenous people. Students who want to join the Diversity Reading Challenge Book Book Club this month are invited to check out and read The Barren Grounds by an Indigenous [...]
October is Disability (or Diverse Ability) Awareness Month. In recognition of this, the October Diversity Reading Challenge is to read a book about a person or character who has a diverse ability. You can visit the Jason Lee library to find a display of books that meet this month’s challenge. At the end of the [...]
This year we will continue to celebrate diversity through reading diverse books. In honor of Hispanic American Heritage Month, our reading challenge for September is to read The Epic Fail of Arturo Zamora by Cuban American author Pablo Cartaya. If students are interested in participating, they can come to the library to sign up and check out [...]
The end of the school year is drawing near, and that means all library books and textbooks need to be returned. Please return all items on or before June 8th. Books can be returned before school, after school and at lunch time. Please contact Mrs. Miller if you have any questions.