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It is our mission to create a welcoming common space that encourages exploration, creation, and collaboration. We strive to make available to our patrons a collection of materials that will enrich and support classroom curriculum needs, meet the social and emotional needs of our patrons, and assist our students with their post-secondary aspirations.

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Mrs. Caton's Bookshelf 

Currently Reading:
Audible Book:                                 Print Novel:
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 2019 Bookshelf:
My goal for this new year is to continue to read book depicting diverse characters and situations and read the classics that I somehow missed as a child/young adult. I've challenged myself to read 40 books in 2019.
 Image result for the librarian of auschwitzImage result for harry potter and the chamber of secretsImage result for a farewell to armsImage result for china rich girlfriendImage result for harry potter book 3Image result for solo by kwame alexanderImage result for the hate you giveImage result for harry potter and the goblet of fireImage result for on the come up angie thomasImage result for from twinkle with love
2018 Bookshelf:
My goal this year has been to read the classics I somehow missed as a child/young adult as well as broaden my horizons when it comes to diversity. 
    Image result for the hate you giveImage result for when dimple met rishiImage result for gone with the wind bookCaraval (Caraval Series #1)Image result for legendary by stephanie garberCover artImage result for little women bookImage result for persuasion novelImage result for of mice and men novelImage result for 1984
Image result for the handmaid's tale bookImage result for the black key novelImage result for the 57 busImage result for wuthering heightsImage result for the magnolia storyCover artImage result for wonder woman bookImage result for pride and prejudice christmasChristy: 50th Anniversary Edition, Hardcover   -     By: Catherine Marshall