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LCMCISD: Little Cypress-Mauriceville High School
7327 Hwy 87 North
Orange, Texas 77632
Phone: 409.886.5821
Fax: 409.886.5762
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Welcome to the
LCM High School Library
Open Monday-Friday, 7:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Ms. Charlette Roddy, Librarian
409-886-5821, ext. 1570            

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Checkout and Download eBooks to Your Personal Device

 

Follett eReader Instructions & Information 
With the BryteWave app, you can read
Follett  eBooks on nearly any device.

Find help downloading the MackinVIA app in the easy-to search MackinVIA Student Help Guide , or watch quick video tutorials on a specific topic.

              Begin Your Research Here
           State Funded Digital Resources 

               Ask your librarian, teacher, or campus tech for the TexQuest username/password.
                
        You can also contact the TexQuest Support Center for online tutorials.

   Articles from magazines, newspapers, adaemic journals, and reference books, as well as,
   videos, images, and audio files in resources for K-12. Full-text nonfiction eBooks and
   magazines  for K-8; Reference eBooks for secondary.

 

  Includes encyclopedia articles, images, and videos arranged in K - 12 leveled online
  encyclopedias, as well as
 Britannica Escolar. Britannica E-Stax includes 4
  collections of non-fiction eBooks for K-8.

 

  Provides K-8 students with vetted, age-appropriate articles, books, maps, multimedia, 
  images 
and issues that align to core subjects.

 

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Digitized collections of primary source materials from Adam MatthewDigital:
 
The American West and American Indian Histories and Cultures

  

    K–12 resources connecting cross curricular literacy materials to the titles
    used in classrooms and libraries, including resources to support ELL students
    and STEAM instruction.

 

    Provides 5 different collections of downloadable eBooks that can also be read online.


 

   

Every spring, teens from across the country nominate books for the Teens' Top 10 list. From August through October, teens vote to determine which ones are the best! The Teens' Top Ten are announced during Teen Read Week in October.

  Check out other great books at:
YALSA's Book Awards and Booklists

Useful Links for Students and Teachers
Library Newsletters

 

Read More About Teens’ Top Ten
Titles nominated for 2018!
Titles nominated for 2017!
Titles nominated for 2016!
Titles nominated for 2015!
Titles nominated for 2014!
Titles nominated for 2013!
Titles nominated for 2012!
Titles nominated for 2011!

Teens' Top 10 Winners for past several years!