Sign up to get a bag of varied informational books to supplement remote learning, train for trivia contests, or to awe and inspire your friends with your knowledge. Perfect for the whole family — children’s non-fiction books are a great way for teens and adults to learn as well! Request a Fact Pack here: https://forms.gle/W3oU2GuR95RrzR7z9
You love the Who Would Win Book series and now you get to be the author. Use the booklet provided in your kit to create your own ultimate critter showdown! Pick the two animals you would like to fight, research about your animals, decide what their fight would look like and ultimately….WHO WOULD WIN!
Meet with a trained therapy pet for a 15-minute reading session on Zoom. Read a book or two to a fluffy friend to get practice reading aloud. The dogs and their handlers have undergone training in reading education in addition to extensive animal-assisted therapy training. Presented with Hinsdale Humane Society.
Did you ever want to party with a monster you created? Here is your chance. Dress up in your Halloween costume and join us on Zoom to celebrate Halloween with your new monster friend. Pick up you monster kit and special activities bag starting October 21. Registration required. Limit 40.
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Bluestem Award List 2022
Caudill Awards 2021
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Forgot your textbook at school? The library keeps a copy of all District 181 and Saint Isaac Jogues textbooks for in-library use.
Whether it's the Bluestem, Caudill, or Battle of the Books the library has multiple copies of every book on the list.
Not sure what to read next or stumped by your teacher’s required genre reading list? Stop in and ask a staff member to help you find a great book or fill out a Book Match form to get a list of recommendations emailed to you
Need to find a couple of sources for your research paper? Use our databases to search newspapers, encyclopedias and more.