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    Welcome to the Laurelhurst Library

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    Purpose Statement

    The library program at Laurelhurst offers over 10,000 titles ranging from easy readers and fiction chapter books, to biographies and an extensive selection of non-fiction. The library works with the teachers to help incorporate their curriculum into library time and provide resources for that curriculum. The library also works closely with the computer lab to plan curriculum projects for each of the classes and to integrate technology.

    Regular class times are once a week for 40 minutes. The library schedule has blocks of time  Monday through Friday for small group projects across all grade levels.

    Some of the skills taught in the library include:

    • Using Destiny Discover to find books on the server
    • Ability to find books on the shelves
    • Research using trade books, and the internet
    • Research using the Big 6 traits
    • Using search engines on the internet and successfully gathering information
    • Exposure to the many different topics and genres in the library

     

    Usborne Virtual Book Fair

    The book fair will be happening this year from March 22-26. The book fair encourages reading while raising money for the Laurelhurst Library Program.

    Click on the link below to access the book fair catalog.

    Usborne Book Fair Catalog

    Click on the link below to start shopping

    Start shopping at the Book Fair

     

     

    Art Explorers Gallery Page

    Take a look at the "Monsters" the students created after studying Maurice Sendak

    Check out the portraits and background design the students created after studying Kehinde Wiley

    Click here for the art

     

    Curbside pick up for library books happens every Wednesday in the playcourt from 3:30-5:00

    Next book pick up 

    March 3

    March 10

    March 17

    March 24

    March 31

    April 7

    April 21

    April 28

     

    How to put a book on hold

    Video:   How to put a book on hold

    Instructions  How to put a book on hold PDF

     

    Do you want to check out items from Seattle Public Library?

    Don't have a Seattle Public Library card? Click on Library Link to learn how to log into the SPL website to check out books, movies, and music.

    Tom Brown

    Library Catalog
    Online Student Resources

    Contact Info

    Librarian: Tom Brown
    tjbrown@seattleschools.org
    Phone: 206-252-5413
    Main Office: 206-252-5400

    Instagram  #bearsthatread

    Library Hours

    7:55 a.m. to 2:55 p.m.

    Curbside Pickup

    Every Wednesday 3:30-5:00