Morristown Elementary School Library is staffed by Mrs. Liv
Perry and many volunteers! This year, 1st - 4th graders have library class once a week. Kindergartners have library twice a week. Community members, including parents, may also use the library.
To search our library catalog: Visit Destiny . Click on your school and you can begin searching!
Read a book from Tumblebooks. This is a paid subscription we have.
They're interactive and many titles are available for iPads!
Read a free book from WeGiveBooks like Good Night, IPad or Bunny Money.
Check out our blog!
Follow us on Twitter for book tweets of our students and bits of news.
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Thank you for all of your support during our Scholastic Book Fairs!
We had a terrific author/illustrator program on Monday, May 14, 2012! Jarrett J. Krosoczka presented to our students, as well as the Elmore School students and Peoples Academy 5th graders.
The library is hosting Rockin' Ron the Friendly Pirate to help us celebrate Talk like a Pirate Day on Friday, Sept. 21st! He'll be singing songs with us from 8:30-9 in the gym. ARRRR!
Our next author event is Friday, November 1st. Vermont author/illustrator Jim Arnosky will visit the school. He has loads of nonfiction books, as well as some fiction (like Little Champ). Check back for more details as it gets closer.
If you're heading to the ECHO Center, see if our free pass is available to check out. We also have a historical museum pass to check out that grants free family admission, so if you'd like to head to Montpelier and learn about our history, come see us to borrow it.
Do you like audiobooks and ebooks? To access LISTEN UP VERMONT (free downloadable audiobooks and ebooks), follow this link and have your yellow Morristown Centennial Libary card ready. If it's your first time using it, you'll have to load the free software first. Enjoy! Go to their page.