Library HoursMondays - Fridays 7:00 - 3:30
The following books are on the Library’s new “Teen Self-Help” Kindle. Let us know of other teen topics you’d like to read on the Kindle! To check it out, stop by the Circulation Desk!
• How to Make Friends : The Ultimate Guide for Teens
• Girl World : How to Ditch the Drama and Find your Inner Amazing
• Express Yourself : A Teen Girl’s Guide to Speaking Up and Being Who You Are
• Do You! : Inspiration & Encouragement for Anyone Who Was Ever Bullied, Left Out…
• Beyond Magenta : Transgender Teens Speak Out
• The Bullying Workbook for Teens : Activities to Help You Deal with Social Aggression…
• You Don’t Have to Learn Everything the Hard Way : What I Wish Someone Had Told Me
• My Anxious Mind : A Teen’s Guide to Managing Anxiety and Panic
• The Anxiety Workbook for Teens : Activities to Help you Deal with Anxiety and Worry
• Don’t Let Your Emotions Run Your Life for Teens
Book Club members and other book lovers are going on a “book-buying excursion” to Barnes & Noble bookstore in Augusta after school on Thursday, December 10th. We’ll be taking a bus, and also having dinner, arriving back at BHS around 6:30 p.m. We have room for a few more, so if you’re interested in joining us to select and buy new books for the BHS Library, you’re welcome to join us! Just stop by the Library for more information and a permission form! ~Mrs. Jerome
Coloring isn’t just for kids anymore! Check out the new display in the Library inspired by the hot new fad of coloring to relieve stress and promote relaxation in teens and adults! If you need a break from studying or just want to “color your way to calm” we’re happy to photocopy pages from the books on display and we have a supply of colored pencils at the circulation desk too!
Even the BHS Library was “coloring” today! We’re so fortunate to have such a beautiful Library!
The BHS Book Club is piloting a program with the Maine Humanities Council to include graphic novels in our book club! We are excited that we will be reading and discussing a graphic novel every other month…stay tuned for our other picks! November’s regular book selection having received the most votes by Book Club members is All the Bright Places!
Use the Destiny Quest Catalog as your Fishing Line and type in Keywords as your Bait to Hook a Great Book! Search the Destiny Quest Catalog with a Hashtag of different Interesting Topics!
#mystery #secrets #love #adventure #runaway #guitar #red sox #music #detective #high school #ghosts #kidnapped #dragons #new york city #football #twins
Did you see the summer movie Paper Towns based on John Green’s book? Quentin is desperate to find Margo, the mysterious girl-next-door he’s in love with, and follows clues she’s left behind. His adventurous road trip from Florida to New York inspired the Library’s bulletin board! Did you have a favorite adventure this summer, on the road or right here at home? Grab a sticky & pen and share with everyone!
Senior Hayden Knight is Brunswick High School Library’s “Top Patron” in terms of the number of books checked out this year! Hayden is at the top of our circulation statistics having checked out 350 (and counting!) books since September! You can spot Hayden reading in the Library any day of the week.
Cam, Austin and Josh stopped by the Library to do an experiment for their Honors Biology class. They are testing various items around the school for bacteria. They swabbed one of the computer keyboards, and are letting the sample grow in a Petri dish. We’ll find out in a couple of days how much bacteria is on a computer keyboard in the Library!
UPDATE: The results are in from the AP Biology testing of bacteria around the school. As it turns out, quite a bit of bacteria was detected on a library keyboard. In fact, the keyboard had more bacteria than a stairwell railing, a bathroom pass and a water fountain handle! It’s good to know lots of students are using the library computers, and we’ll be sure to sanitize them! There are also 2 hand sanitizer dispensers in the Library, so please be sure to use them!
April is National Poetry Month and the Brunswick School District is celebrating by observing National “Poem in Your Pocket” Day being celebrated across the country on April 30th! Find a denim pocket displayed around the school, and pick a poem! Carry it with you to read, be inspired by, or share with others!
Author Erik Selberg, a 2007 graduate of Brunswick High School, will be visiting the BHS Library for a book signing and dedication of his new horror novel Talisman! Erik Selberg, who currently resides in Saratoga Springs, New York, will be here Friday, April 3rd, from noon to 12:45. If you are interested in writing or in horror, or would like to meet a published author, please try to stop by during the Author Visit!
Photos from the Author Visit!