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Maple Avenue Library: Home

“Think and wonder, wonder and think." - Dr. Seuss (Oh, The Places You’ll Go!)

Featured Author - Andrew Clements

Maple - Featured Nonfiction

DK Find Out!

Library of Congress

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CNN 10 Minutes of Important News Events of the Day

Reading Rainbow

Stoffle - The Honey Badger

Maple Avenue Catalog - Follett Destiny

Students, click on the above image of Maple's library catalog to search for books by title, author, subject, series, or keyword. You will be prompted to login to the library catalog with your network username and password. 

Student Google Accounts - How to access Hamilton District resources from home.

Maple Avenue Library Pictures

Inflato the Humpback Whale in Front of the Maple Library

Another View of Maple Nonfiction Area and Circulation Desk

Maple Storytelling Area

Another View of Storytelling Area

Library Tables and Five Checkout Computers

Inflato the Humpback Whale in the LGA

Swallowed Up by Inflato the Humpback Whale

Backside of Inflato the Humpback Whale in the LGA

Inflato the Humpback Whale in the LGA

Right Side of Inflato the Humpback Whale

100 Best Children's Books of All Time

Library Media Center Student Pledge to Learn and Grow

Library Media Center Student Pledge

I will find books in the library by title, author, subject, series, or keyword using Destiny, Follett’s online library program.

I will know what the various call numbers mean on the white spine label of a book:

E = Easy or Everyone picture books like “Where’s My Mom?” by Julia Donadson E DON. The E is followed by the first three letters of the author’s last name.

FIC = Fiction or Chapter Books like “Fablehaven” by Brandon Mull FIC MUL
          The FIC is followed by the first three letters of the author’s last name

PBK FIC = Paperback fiction like “Double Fudge” by Judy Blume PBK FIC BLU
                 
The PBK FIC is followed by the first three letters of the author’s last name.

000 - 999 = Nonfiction books like “Where is Easter Island?” by Megan Stine 966.18 STI
The nonfiction call number is followed by the first three letters of the author’s last name.

I will know that the Dewey Decimal System is used to categorize nonfiction books into ten subject classifications.

I will know how to use and locate information within our online resources like 
BadgerLink, BookFLIXBrainPOP, Culture Grams, FactCiteFacts4Me
Generation 
GeniusLearn 360PebbleGOTrueFLIXWebPath Express, and World Book.


I will read both fiction and nonfiction books.

I will read different genres of books.

I will care for the books that I borrow and return them promptly.

I will not interfere with the learning of others.

I will stay curious and wonder about the world around me.

I will commit to be a lifelong learner.

I will be kind, caring, and empathic towards others.

Maple Ave Library Media Specialist

Brian Latus

Maple Ave Library Paraprofessional


Mrs. Armoroso

Welcome to Wonderopolis

Anita Silvey's Children's Book A Day Almanac


Please click on the picture above to see the featured daily book. 

Tribute to Mister Fred Rogers (03/20/1928) - (02/27/2003) Thank you for being our televison neighbor for 31 seasons, 895 episodes!

“Did you ever grow anything in the garden of your mind?  You can grow ideas in the garden of your mind. It’s good to be curious about many things.  You can think about things and make believe.  All you have to do is think and they’ll grow.” – Fred Rogers