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LINKS

 

-What's New

-Research Links/Resources

-Reading Lists

JSMS Library Catalog

 

JSMS Library Hours:

Monday - Friday

7:15am-2:15pm

 

New Fiction

 

                     

                   

                    

New Graphic Novels

                    

New Young Adult Fiction

      

 

We received bags of book donations from a generous Raymond resident.

WE LOVE DONATIONS!

Check out some of the "new to JSMS library" books:

 

ADVENTURE

 

Timothy of the Cay by

   Theodore Taylor

 

The Defender by

   Nicholas Kalashnikoff

 

MYSTERY

 

Tarot Says Beware by

   Betsy Byars

 

 

REALISTIC FICTION

 

Everywhere by

   Bruce Brooks

 

Arthur, For the Very First Time by

   Patricia MacLachlan

 

Phoenix Rising by

   Karen Hesse

 

Absolutely Normal Chaos by

   Sharon Creech

 

The Family Under the Bridge by

   Natalie Savage Carlson

 

The Burning Questions of Bingo Brown by

   Betsy Byars

 

 

HISTORICAL FICTION

 

The Moon Bridge by

   Marcia Savin

 

Hide and Seek by

   Ida Vos

 

Mississippi Bridge by

   Mildred D. Taylor

 

Hiroshima by

   Laurence Yep

 

Run Away Home by

   Patricia McKissack

 

Rifles for Watie by

   Harold Keith

 

Charley Skedaddle by

   Patricia Beatty

 

Moccasin Trail by

   Eloise Jarvis McGraw

 

Just Like Martin by

   Ossie Davis

 

Joshua’s Song by

   Joan Hiatt Harlow

 

FANTASY

 

Shoebag by

   Mary James

 

 

 

GREAT JOB JSMS!!  Jordan Small Middle School was featured in USM's Study of Improving Maine Schools.  Jordan Small was identified as showing systemic evidence of intellectual work, equity and efficiency.   Click here for the full USM Report Hooray for Jordan Small & Windham Middle Schools, they are winners of the 2013 Maine Stock Market Game.  (click here to see) Congratulations to Jordan Small Middle School for being one of the schools featured in the Improving Maine Schools Report (read about it here)