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New Book Day!

Posted by Laura Losch on December 1, 2009

I am sad to say that this will be the last shipment of new books for this school year, but let’s look on the bright side – NEW BOOKS ARE HERE!!

Stop by and check out the selections. You can find them in the “New Books”, “Girls’ Picks”, and “Guys’ Picks” sections! We have some great stuff like: Sent, the second book to Missing by Haddix; Royal Blood, the sixth book in the Vampire Kisses series; some of the Twilight books now in Spanish; lots and lots of new Goosebumps books; a new series called My Secret Hollywood Life; the whole Warriors series, and more! Here are some pics to tide you over until you can actually come into the media center:

 

I hope to see you soon in the library! 🙂  Hurry before all these great titles get checked out!

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