BEGINNING ON OCTOBER 1ST:
Students who want to visit the library during Nutrition or Lunch on Tuesdays or Wednesdays need to pick up a pass BEFORE SCHOOL starts. A limited number of passes are available and will be first-come, first-served.
Author of the Month: March
Louisa May Alcott:
Louisa May Alcotts education began in her fathers innovative Temple School briefly before being home-schooled. Raised in Boston and Concord, Massachusetts, Alcott kept the company of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Theodore Parker, and Henry David Thoreau. At an early age, taking care of her family became her priority in life and therefore, she took on domestic work, teaching and shortly writing. She used the alias "A.M. Barnard" to publish her earlier work of violent stories. Little Women, based upon her own childhood experiences, was an immediate success for the young author. The success of this novel allowed Alcott to financially provide for her family where her father could not. To discover more about Louisa May Alcott click here
Little Women, The Inheritance, Little Men, An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving
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