Hours: Monday-Friday, 7:45am - 3:30pm. Parents are encouraged to stop by! Students Gr. 3-8 and their families may borrow two items for two weeks. K-2 families may borrow one item for one week. Items are renewable. Hotlist titles may be reserved.
A message from your librarian...Mrs. Cammisa, firstname.lastname@example.org, 215-923-3708
Many thanks to our students, families and friends who continue to support the library with your donations. You keep our collection strong - we couldn't do it without you! Check out "Library News" to see a listing of our benefactors - just click on the link. Our new library page is now under construction -- stay tuned for more information. Meanwhile, check out our digital library and Library Wishlist on the right side of this page. Questions and comments? Please email or call anytime, and keep reading!
The primary mission of our school library is of course to support the curriculum, foster a love of reading and encourage a dynamic exchange of ideas within our school community. No one says it more clearly or eloquently than author and avid reader Neil Gaiman - select the link at the top of the column to the right. And don't forget to browse through all of our Neil Gaiman titles in the library!
How to Support Your School Library
The best way to support your library is to use it every day! We have a great collection of new and classic fiction, biography, graphic novels and nonfiction on fascinating topics. All are welcome - grownups too! Not a big reader? We have magazines, audiobooks and videos. Don't see what you want? Just pick up the phone, send an email, or stop in to see Mrs. Cammisa. We'll do our best to get what you are looking for.
For anyone wishing to make a donation, check out our "Wishlist" by clicking on the "Library Wishlist" link above. Each item in our school library costs an average of $15 to purchase and process. Your $15 donation will help us build a great multi-media collection for both fun and learning.
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Check out our wish list, compiled by students and teachers. Not sure what to read next? Kids and grownups can check out Goodreads and other sites for suggestions.
Let's keep the conversation about books going! St. Mary's Junior Librarians are invited to submit reviews of the books you have read. You may submit your reviews on paper or by email - just attach your word document and send to email@example.com. Visitors, please check out our great student reviewers by selecting the Library News tab above!