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Book Recommendations

Have you just finished a really good book and want to know what to read next? Check out some of the sites below. They will offer you some suggestions on what to read next.


Book Seer - This site lets you type in the name of a book and author and will offer you suggestions on what to read next. 


Your Next Read - Search under the children's tab to see book you might want to read next. 


Scholastic Book Wizard - This site allows you to search for book titles by level, genre, subject, and grade. 



Now you can recommend your favorite books to your friends. Just click here to begin. 



Safe Search Engines for Students

Library Links

Destiny Library Catalog




Destiny Quest can be used to:

  • Browse the catalog
  • Place books on hold
  • Rate a book by giving it 1 to 5 stars
  • Suggest a new book for the school library
  • Write a review of a book
  • Use MyQuest book shelves to organize and share their favorite titles

To access from home students can use their school usernames and passwords


The Library is a Fun Place to Be!

Makerspaces in the Library

Online Resources



AR Book Finder   


AR Book Finder allows students, parents, teachers, and librarians to search for books based on title, author, illustrator, or topic to find out the books reading level and how many points the book is worth. Just type in what you want to search in the blank field and click search. 





World Book

World Book Online allows students to research all kinds of information. World Book offers an encyclopedia, dictionary, atlas, homework help, study aids,

 and curriculum guides. Please ask your librarian for log in information. 






Mrs. Prewitt's Symbaloo Page




Kindergarten Page


1st Grade Page


2nd Grade Page


Typing Games


Early Learning






2017 - 2018 Show Me Reader and Mark Twain Nominees

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Show Me Reader Nominees



Fur, Fins, and Feathers: Abraham Dee Bartlett and the Invention of the Modern Zoo by Cassandre Maxwell

I Am Trying to Love Spiders by Bethany Barton

If You Ever Want to Bring an Alligator to School, Don't! by Elise Parsley

Ketzel, The Cat Who Composed by Leslea Newman

Marilyn's Monster by Michelle Knudsen

Mother Bruce by Ryan T Higgins

Queen of the Diamond: The Lizzie Murphy Story by Emily Arnold McCully

The Day the Crayons Came Home by Drew Daywalt

Trombone Shorty by Troy Andrews

Winnie by Sally Walker



About the Show Me Readers Award

The winner of the annual Show Me Reader Award is selected by students in grades one through 3. 

The purpose of the Show Me Readers Award is to promote literature, literacy, and reading in Missouri elementary schools for grades one through three and to promote recognition of authors and illustrators of books that are favorites of Missouri children in these grades. 



Mark Twain Nominees



All the Answers by Kate Messner  

Beneath by Roland Smith

Book Scavenger by Jennifer Chambliss Bertman

Echo by Pam Munoz Ryan

Fish in a Tree by Lynda Mullaly Hunt  

House Arrest by K. A. Holt  

The Doublecross (And Other Skills I Learned as a Superspy) by Jackson Pearce  

The Only Game by Mike Lupica

The War that Saved my Life by Kimberly Brubaker  

The Worst Class Trip Ever by Dave Barry  

Took Mary Downing Hahn   

Webster: Tale of an Outlaw Ellen Emerson White



About the Mark Twain Readers Award

The winner of the Mark Twain Readers Award is selected annually by students in grades four through six. 

The purpose of the Mark Twain Award is to provide children of Missouri with a recommend reading list of literature that will enrich their lives. 






Web 2.0 Tools

Teacher Links

Renaissance Place

Accelerated Reader Chalk