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Welcome to Central Park Elementary Library!!!†† Our library is very blessed to have the books and items we do! I want the students and the parents to feel welcome to visit the library! I also hope by visiting the library you to will have the love of books like I do! So, come see me, pick up a good book and enjoy!
  • Each class comes to library once a week. Students are also able to come to library during open times throughout the week as they finish their books.†
  • Every student may check out 2 books at a time provided they have their previous weeks books turned in.
  • There is time in the afternoons, if the classroom schedule permits, for the students to be able to visit the library to get new books.
  • We are not doing AR†this year at CPE. We have decided to build the love of reading and get kids interested in books first and then when they progress to the upper grades (5-8) they will have a good foundation to begin the AR program.† Students will, however, still be expected to read and check out books from the library.
  • When Ms. Holt is at the MIS†library we will have Mrs. Long available here at CPE to assist with your library needs. We are so glad to have Mrs. Long here to help!

Students are not given their grade card at the end of each quarter if they have overdue or lost library books. If you have questions or concerns about this or any other item please feel free to email me sholt@monettschools.org or call.
WHAT'S NEW IN THE LIBRARY
Show-Me Nominees 2016-2017

Any third grader who reads at least 8 of the Show-Me nominees and passes a short quiz with 80% or better will be invited to a very special party in the library in the Spring!!


2016-2017 Show Me Readers Award Nominees

"Yoda: The Story of a Cat and His Kittens" by Beth Stern

Sometimes...miracles have bright blue eyes, a long fluffy tail, soft white fur, and are named...Yoda. Yoda's remarkable story of love, purpose, and kittens will capture the hearts of the young, the old, and the furry.

"Gaston" by Kelly DiPucchio

A proper bulldog raised in a poodle family and a tough poodle raised in a bulldog family meet one day in the park.

"Mogie: The Heart of the House" by Kathi Appelt


A rambunctious puppy finds a home at the Ronald McDonald House, a place that houses sick children and their families while they undergo treatment.

"The Tooth Fairy Wars" by Kate Coombs

A determined young boy and a no-nonsense Tooth Fairy tussle over who gets to keep his baby teeth.

"Ivan: The Remarkable True Story of the Shopping Mall Gorilla" by Katherine Applegate

The true story of Ivan, known as the Shopping Mall Gorilla, who lived alone in a small cage for almost 30 years before being relocated to the gorilla habitat at ZooAtlanta.

"A Mom for Umande" by Maria Faulconer

Because his own mother is too young to take care of him, Umande, a newborn gorilla, is fed and cuddled by human zookeepers until a surrogate mother is found.

"Ninja Red Riding Hood" by Corey Rosen Schwartz

In this twist on "Little Red Riding Hood," a certain wolf trains to be a ninja in order to catch his prey, but he is not the only one mastering a martial art.

"Strongheart: The World's First Movie Star Dog" by Emily McCully

When silent movie director Larry Trimble decides to put Strongheart, a police dog, into his movies as the lead actor, he must first train him to play with toys and walk like a regular dog, but Strongheart becomes a sensation until his military training leads to trouble, and possibly the end of his career. Includes author's note on the real Strongheart.

"Elizabeth, Queen of the Seas" by Lynne Cox

Based upon the incredible story of Elizabeth, a real-life elephant seal who made her home in the Avon River in the city of Christchurch, New Zealand. Citizens worry she might get hurt or cause traffic accidents, so a group of volunteers catch her again and again--each time towing her farther, even hundreds of miles away--but, still, Elizabeth finds her way back home.

"I Love You Just Enough" by Robbyn Smith van Frankenhuyzen

A young girl finds a baby wood duck separated from his family and teaches him to swim, hunt for bugs, and how to fly. She loved him just enough so that he could find his place in nature and return to his family.

Mark Twain Nominees 2016-2017
Any Fourth grader who reads at least 3 of the following Mark Twain Nominee books and passes the reading quiz with at least 80% will be invited to a BIG party at the end of the year!!!The following books can be checked out from this library, the public library, your classroom library or even your home library!


all four stars half a chance junction

million ways home missing pieces of me pack of dorks

pennyroyal rain reign red berries white clouds blue sky

Loot zane and the hurricane space case


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