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 Celebrate Summer with a BOOK!


 RCPS Summer Reading! 


May is Jewish American Heritage Month


 Honoring Asian & Pacific Islander Heritage Month

 Cinco de Mayo
May Book Club
 April 22nd is Earth Day!

Enjoy this collection to celebrate!

April is National Poetry Month
Celebrate with these poets and resources!
April Media Newsletter
 April is School Library Month
Here's what happens at Heritage, info on Fake News, a few celebrities thoughts on libraries, and some fabulous book trailers for books you might want to read soon!
 Media & Information Literacy, Fake News

Fake news can be deadly! Here's how to spot it and make wise choices for information and literacy!

A collection of resources for students to assist on our personal journeys toward a diverse educational community.
Writing: Production & Distribution
Produce clear and coherent writing in which the development, organization, and style are appropriate to task, purpose and audience.
The Case of the Missing Painting 
A Digital Escape Room to test your library skills!

 Saint Patrick's Day 
urprising facts, eBooks, Audiobooks, Celtic music, history of Ireland, Irish Jigs, crafts,fast reel soft shoe Irish dances, and sign language.
 March Madness!
Looking for something good to read between watching the games? Check out one of these books!
Find a Book by Lexile
Read Across America Day
Ever wonder what your friends are reading? Check out this collection of the top 20 books read at Heritage and celebrate reading with America!

Epidemics & Pandemics Across History

Learn about pandemics in years past and what's being done to stop virus now!

March HHS Newsletter
Great things that happened at Heritage in March!

International Women's Day, March 8th

Celebrate women's achievements throughout history and nations!
 Calling All Poets!

Were you inspired by Georgia Poet Laureate Chelsea Rathburn? The Georgia Council for the Arts, is pleased to announce the eighth annual Poet Laureate’s Prize, awarded for an original poem written by a Georgia high school student. A winner and four finalists will be selected by the Poet Laureate and announced in the spring of 2021. The winning poet and finalists will be recognized by Governor Brian P. Kemp and the Poet Laureate in the spring. The winning and finalist poems will be published by Atlanta Magazine. Use the link above to submit your entry!
March Media Memo
Poet Laureate'sPrize, Civil Rights Digital Library, Teen Book Club,Literary Lunch, Georgia Career Pipeline, Dad's Garageand Literary Birthdays!
 Black History Month Resources
Ebooks, Interactive Books, Audiobooks, Websites and more!
 February Media Memo
Check out these author's birthdays and resources for this month.
 Library Lovers Month
Looking for romance? You'll love what happens in these novels!
Let Us Help You Find a Book!
Not sure what you like to read? We can help! 

Literary Lunches!

 January Literary Lunch
 January Literary Lunch
 January Literary Lunch