Welcome to the St. Louise School Library!
Welcome to the wonderful world of reading! The school library program inspires life-long learning, instills a love of reading, and fosters independent library use. Students in grades K-6 visit the library once a week to check out books. Depending on grade level, the children learn the arrangement of the library, genres, locate and find information in print and electronic resources, comprehension strategies, and learn about authors and illustrators through weekly book talks.
Our library holds more than 14,000 books! Wow! The children are surrounded by books that open their minds to a world of imagination, adventure, excitement, and interest. We also have a world language section where the children can check out books in languages such as Spanish, French, Hindi, and Chinese.
Get ready! We will be welcoming Ben Clanton, author and illustrator of the popular books series Narwhal: Unicorn of the Sea series (and many other books), on Wednesday, January 30th for grades K-6th. Click on the post below for more information!
Location: Upstairs to the left – second floor
Hours: Monday 8:30-2:00 Tuesday-Friday 8:30 AM – 3:30 PM
Study Hall for Grades 6, 7, and 8
The library is available to students in grades 6, 7, and 8 for study during the 12:35 recess Monday-Friday. Students can take advantage of this extra time during the school day to check out books, finish assignments, or sit next to one of the big library windows and read a favorite book.
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact me!
Phone: (425) 746-4220
Here are some books that will be new additions to our library. These books were bought due to all the support of our 2018 Scholastic Book Fair!