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Please remember to turn in library books weekly.
Students that have books out from last year, must return books before they can check out new books. Students who have come from TUSD schools may return books to our library and we can return them to the correct school.  Schools, even those that are not TUSD schools do inform us of overdue books. Those students will not be able to check out new books until their overdue books are turned in. Thank you for your help.

Volunteers Needed
Our library could use someone to help take care of it. If you would like to volunteer please call 584-7200. We need people to help shelve books, straighten up shelves, and do general library housekeeping. Any help would greatly be appreciated by students and teachers. Contact Kimberly.Nordstrom@tusd1.org if you can help out.
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Favorite Authors
Jan Brett is the author and illustrator of many gorgeous picture books.
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Meet Arthur’s author at this website.
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What could I say in a few words about this giant of children’s literature!
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Pam Munoz Ryan has written many great picture books as well as chapter books. She won Arizona’s Judy Goddard Award for her historical fiction novel Esperanza Rising.
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Seymour Simon is popular with a lot of students who like to read science books with great photographs.
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Conrad Storad is a professor at ASU. He won the Judy Goddard Award in 2001 for his wonderful picture books about the Arizona desert, and desert animals.
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