If you enjoyed the book Scat! by Karl Hiaasen, you might enjoy reading or listening to this story about the Florida panther. The big cats were near extinction until scientists brought in several pumas from Texas and then their numbers started to climb again. Listen to the story.
Do you love libraries? Would you like to make an important contribution to our school? Do you love to read and recommend books to your friends? Are you responsible? Do you have time available in your week (either before or after school or during study hall) to volunteer for a good cause? All of the above are good reasons to consider becoming a Prairie Point Library student volunteer. Read the job description below and, if interested, complete the application form and return it to the library. Talk to Mrs. Wilding or Mrs. Walter if you have questions.
We will have 3 book clubs again this year, one for every grade level. The book clubs will meet approximately once a month over lunch to discuss what we are reading. After the first book, club members will choose what book to read. Everyone is welcome to join your grade level club. See Mrs. Wilding if you have questions.
The 9th grade book club will meet on Friday, September 17. We are reading Runaway by Wendelin Van Draanen.
The 7th grade book club will meet on Friday, September 24. We are reading Elephant Run by Roland Smith.
The 8th grade book club will meet on Friday, October 1. We are reading Notes from the Midnight Driver by Jordan Sonnenblick.
Come to the library at the beginning of the lunch period on meeting day.Lunch will be provided.
Search as a guest or login to Destiny Discover to access ebooks, audiobooks, & your library account (use your Prairie username & password.)