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Beach Middle School

Back to School

What should I read?
Try "The Hub", the literature blog of the Young Adult Library Services Association., 
and
Goodreads' list of the top book picks in different genres.
Or
If you liked what you read and want to read another book like that, try Your Next ReadYou can also try Destiny Quest, where you can see a list of the 10 books with the highest circulation rate in the Beach Media Center, new arrivals, or a public list containing new material added during the current school year.

Challenge Yourself Try the YALSA (Young Adult Library Service Association) 2017 Reading Challenge!
or
Try Reading Without Walls and explore your world through books!

The Reading Without Walls Challenge
 

Free ebooks!
Try Google Books, the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books! Full-length ebooks and book catalog.
and
The Project Gutenberg, which offers 53,000 free ebooks!

Loans and Limits
Borrowing and Returning Media Center Items
All items must be checked out at Mrs. Dewyer's desk.  Items may be returned to the desk or to the drop box outside the north entrance to the Media Center.

Holding and Reserving Items
Items can be put on hold online on Destiny Quest, or in person. Books can be reserved online on Destiny Quest.

Renewing Items
Items can be renewed online on Destiny Quest.  Items can also be renewed at the desk. You DO NOT need your library  book to renew.

Loan Limits
2 items per loan period. 2 weeks loan limit.


Media Clerk
Sheryl Dewyer
sdewyer@chelsea.k12.mi.us
734.433.2202 ext. 2030
Science Fun and Good Reads (blog)

https://twitter.com/BMS_MediaCenter

Hours
Monday-Friday  7:35 AM-3:30 PM

Lunchtime Media Center Use
The Media Center is open during most lunches (unless it has been reserved for a class or for testing)  Please eat BEFORE coming to the Media Center. Anyone caught eating will be sent back to the lunchroom!

Book Donations
If you have gently used books that need a new home, consider donating them to the Media Center.  They will either be put on our shelves or passed on to teachers for their classroom libraries.

We also accept donations of new books!