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Library Information

          Erin May, librarian 

erin.may@bossierschools.org   

              759-2419

           Leslie Rodrigues,

               library clerk 

leslie.rodrigues@bossierschools.org 

 

                

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HELPFUL LINKS

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World Book - log in: bossier; password:  parish


Merriam- Webster Dictionary 

 

Encyclopedia & Almanacs

 

Biographical Dictionary

 

ATLAS- Maps of the World

 

Louisiana State Library-  Use your public library card number

 

MLA Formatting and Style Guide  (Purdue OWL)

 

EasyBib  (citation help)

 

6th Grade Wonder Movie Field Trip

Book Check-out Policy

Students are allowed to check-out two books at a time (one fiction and one non-fiction).  Books are checked out for two weeks.  Students with an overdue library book or a lost or damaged book will not be allowed to check out books from the library until the debt is cleared and/or the book is returned.

LYRC Voting Day!

Louisiana Young Readers Choice Winner

Awkward by Svetlana Chmakova

ID Policy

As per the EGMS dress code students must wear their ID every day.

Students are provided one ID per school year.  Replacement ID's are $5.00 and may be paid for in the office and then a new ID will be printed in the library.

Temporary ID's are $1.00 per day and can be purchased in the office.   

Fun Library Fact

The largest library in the world is The Library of Congress, with more than 158 million items on approximately 838 miles of bookshelves. The collections include more than 36 million books and other print materials, 3.5 million recordings, 13.7 million photographs, 5.5 million maps, 6.7 million pieces of sheet music and 69 million manuscripts.