Antelope High SchoolLibrary HomepageHome of Respectful, Responsible,and Proud LearnersANDYour home for everything Library!Use the Menu on the left to access databases,electronic resources, webpage lists (pathfinders)for research, source citation info, upcomingLibrary Events, and more.Have more questions?Come and see Mrs. McCoyin the Library or Zoomwith me!Click here for a welcome message andan introduction to our resources.Celebrate Library CardSignup MonthSeptember is Library Card Signup month! Signup for a public library card in as little as 5 minutesand gain access to free resources and reads. Signing up for a library card provides access to technology, multimedia content, andeducational programming that transforms lives and strengthens communities (ALA, 2021). “A library card is theticket you need to travel across the globe. It allows you to experience stories that can connect you to diverse and empowering experiences," said Dias.
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Once you apply, you can immediately start accessing the library's online resources. Take a screenshot of your application confirmation and show it to us in the ANHS Library for some free swag!Celebrate HispanicHeritage MonthSeptember 15th-October 15th“The 2021 Hispanic Heritage Month themeinvites us to celebrate Hispanic Heritage andto reflect on how great our tomorrow can beif we hold onto our resilience and hope. Italso encourages us to reflect on all thecontributions Hispanics have made in thepast and will continue to make in thefuture" (Ms. Eliana De León)
Click on the Choice Board below to experience titles celebrating voices from Latin America.Celebrate Banned Books WeekSeptember 26-October 2, 2021This year's theme is "Books Unite Us. CensorshipDivides Us." Sharing stories important to usmeans sharing a part of ourselves. Books reachacross boundaries and build connectionsbetween readers. Censorship, on theother hand, creates barriers (ALA, 2021).Jason Reynolds will be the first honorary chair of Banned Books Week and he is excited about it! This year marks the 39th celebration of Banned Books Week since its first celebratory year in 1982 (ALA, 2021). “I’m excited about this year’s theme, which is so simple, yet so powerful. What does it mean when we say, ‘Books unite us?’ It means that books are the tethers that connect us culturally. Stories ground us in our humanity; they convince us that we’re not actually that different and that the things that are actuallydifferent about us should be celebrated because they are what make up this tapestry of life” (Reynolds, 2021).
Come and check out our Banned Books Display in the Library for your next fave read!ANHS Library CollectionsAccess our Read Your World, Health & Wellness, Digital Citizenship & Literacy, and Poetry Collections here.What Are Your Librarian andLibrary Media Tech Reading Right Now?Mrs. McCoy/Mrs. JordanClick on the Book Images Below to ListenAre you #DigCit Savvy?Click here for a video about Digital Citizenship.Good digital citizenship focuses on using responsible, respectful, and ethical behavior when using technology.Do you know how to identify credible information, find reliable sources, and separate fact from misinformation?Test and hone your skills at bit.ly/ANHSCheckology You can also find more resources on evaluating information here.
Read a Banned Book!
Check out this list of the Top 100 Challenged Books from the past decade!
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Browse our Banned Books Carousel in our Library Catalog to find a book that grabs you and then swing by the Library during HUB time to check it out!
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