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John Adams High School Library Media Center: Library Home
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April is National Poetry Month!
Check out a poetry book on Sora below. Have you written a poem you'd like to share? Send it to us, we'll post it!
The above image represents just a few of the many poetry books available. Audio books are available as well! Click on the Sora icon below to borrow.
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John Adams High School Library Media Center
Welcome to the John Adams High School Library Homepage!
The John Adams High School Library houses approximately 16,000 volumes, which includes nonfiction and fiction collections, 500 reference titles and an audiovisual collection. The library also subscribes to a number of electronic databases and e-books. The librarians are prepared to teach information literacy classes and provide reference services for students and staff. The facility includes 76 computers to accommodate our diverse learning community.
Thanks to Ms. Jarrett for arranging this wonderful event.
Mr. Singh's Global class displayed their amazing Medieval villages in the library in November. Good work everyone!
Author and musician James McBride gave an inspiring talk
Thanks to AP Dr. Silverman for arranging Mr. McBride's visit!
Ms. Vatsal spoke on November 20, 2018. The students were given her books a month prior to her appearance.
Ms. Vatsal led a discussion on her writing processes and her interest in early 20th Century history.
Ms. Vatsal was kind to sign copies of her books for the students who attended.
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Borrowing an ebook is easy. Click on Sora and find thousands of books in the Queens Library. All you need is your DOE email address (follow this link if you don't know it). If you want a physical book you can arrange for a pickup at a library near you. Simply go on the Queens Library website. Happy reading!