Friday, March 29, 2019

March 25th - March 29th

The following books, available at the SMHS library, as well as digital books available at Tumblebook Cloud, were promoted on the monitors in the Commons and on the virtual bookshelf of the school and library websites:






“There’s a price to pay for standing out.”








“Everyone is going to remember 
where they were 
when the taps went dry.”








“A tale of strange magic and faith 
lost and found 
that packs a wallop.”

Friday, March 22, 2019

March 18th - March 22nd

The following books, available at the SMHS library, as well as digital books available at Tumblebook Cloud, were promoted on the monitors in the Commons and on the virtual bookshelf of the school and library websites:






“community service hours at Camp Dog Gone Fun . . .”








“the value of speaking up rather than lashing out








“A lot can happen between lost and found.”

Friday, March 15, 2019

March 11th - March 15th

The following books, available at the SMHS library, as well as digital books available at Tumblebook Cloud, were promoted on the monitors in the Commons and on the virtual bookshelf of the school and library websites:







“Matt and Free discover the dark side of the city of light.”








“the bitter of adolescence . . . 
the sweet of friendship and family . . .”







“a need to move beyond clich├ęs and commit to something – anything . . .”

Friday, March 8, 2019

March 5th - March 8th

The following books, available at the SMHS library, as well as digital books available at Tumblebook Cloud, were promoted on the monitors in the Commons and on the virtual bookshelf of the school and library websites:







“a dangerous world where video games have invaded reality”








“Nothing says ‘Happy Birthday’ 
like summoning the spirits of your dead relatives.”







“The truth?
It’s a gray area.”

Friday, March 1, 2019

February 25th - March 1st

The following books, available at the SMHS library, as well as digital books available at Tumblebook Cloud, were promoted on the monitors in the Commons and on the virtual bookshelf of the school and library websites:






“Friends keep each other’s secrets, don’t they?”








“survival, friendship, and the power of the human spirit”











“at least they’re musical lowlifes”