Listen to Award-Winning YA Writer Read from Her New Novel, Clap When You Land
Elizabeth Acevedo, author of The Poet X (National Book Award winner & Carnegie Medal winner, which we have in the library), has posted on Facebook this short reading from her new novel Clap When You Land (published 5 May 2020 and on its way to our library!) Don’t miss this fantastic author’s reading!
Send Us Your Book Requests
Please use this link to send us your weekly book requests. We will close requests each week on Wednesday, pull books on Thursday, and have your family’s stack ready and waiting for you each Friday. Pick-up time is 09:00-16:00 right outside the Secondary School Entrance. This link is also on the secondary virtual library page and the library page of the AISL Website.
Don’t Forget to Download This Week’s Audiosync Titles!
This week’s Audiosync books look fantastic! Don’t miss this pair of downloads. Sisters Matsumoto by Philip Kan Gotanda is a work of historic fiction set during the WWII era and chronicling the experience of two sisters returning to their family’s farm after spending years in a Japanese-American Internment camp. The other selection for this week is Disappeared by Francisco Stork, a YA mystery / thriller set in Juarez, Mexico. It begins with the disappearance of Sara Zapata’s best friend, an act people attribute to a group of criminals terrorizing the city of Juarez.
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Parent Information Sessions
Here are the upcoming sessions – all parents are welcome and encouraged to attend: