Welcome to New Eagle Elementary Library
    Librarian: Heather MacMichael
    Phone: 610-240-1555
    At home resources: These links are not necessarily endorsed or evaluated by the District. This information is being passed along to parents who may be interested.  There is no expectation that families use these apps or services.
    Read books online for free while we are all at home during this eLearning time! Junior Library Guild has provided a resource.
     Another resource is a collection of links for authors and publishers. Click here: Authors, Publishers & other links
    Want to keep track of all the reading you are doing? Then consider being a New Eagle Reader! 
    New Eagle Readers and the Library Reading Tree -
    Would like to earn leaves on our library reading tree? Every time you read for 20 minutes, write the title on the reading log. Please hand in your reading log when you complete 1 - 50 and again when you complete 51 - 100. Click reading log to print. When you reach 100, you may do it again.
    ibrary Search New Eagle Library's catalog!                    
    WebPath Express: Reliable web sources for K-12 students. Click on the link above to search our library and choose WebPath Express in the left column.
    World Book Online  Reliable web navigation and easy to read articles with multimedia resources including activities and games. Go to www.worldbookonline.com Ready to be used at school or home! Ask during library class for the user name and password.
    Reading Lists                  reading list        
    The Caldecott Medal is awarded each year to an American illustrator for the "most distinguished" picture book each year. The award, started in 1938, is named in honor of Randolph Caldecott, the nineteenth century English illustrator.
    The Newbery Medal is awarded each year for the "most distinguished writing" in a children"s book. Named for John Newbery, an eighteenth century English book seller, the medal is for American writers only and began in 1922.
    Book Review
    The Kids Bookshelf page offers reviews for timely holiday themed books as well as recently published books for Preschool through 2nd grade children.
    Amazon.com provides published reviews immediately following the book description for most books in addition to some written by site visitors who have added their own opinions of the book! Search amazon.com
    Search Engine                                                           
    Ivy's Search Engine Resources for Kids - popular Search Engines for Kids.  Ivy's Search Engine
     Reference Links                 
    The Internet Public Library ran by the University of Michigan School of Information offers an excellent resource for students seeking answers to general reference questions. "The Internet Public Library is a public service organization and a learning/teaching environment at the University of Michigan School of Information."
    Reference Desk on the net offers "Facts Encyclopedia for Kids” and lists of other links. kids stuff Facts Encyclopedia

    Other Libraries
    Chester County Library System
    You will need your valid library card number to access the online databases from your home computer. http://ccls.org
    New Eagle Elementary Library's Book Lending Policy
    Kindergarten - 1 book per student for 1 week. The Kindergartner must return the book at the next library class if he/she wants to check out a different book.
    First and Second Grades - 2 books per student for 1 week. If only 1 book is returned, the student may check out 1 different book at the next library class.
    Third and Fourth Grades - 3 books per student for 2 weeks. If a student is assigned a project that requires additional sources, he/she may check out additional books to complete the assignment.
    Citing sources or listing the book or web page where you found the answers to your research is necessary so that you properly give credit and acknowledge another person's work. Specific source citing for class projects will be included in your assignment. When you are taking notes for research also write down the information listed below from your source.
    Author/Editor"s name(s)
    Place of Publication (City, State)                             
    Copyright date
    page or pages used                                        
    Web page
    name URL address (link)
    author (if provided)
    date accessed web page