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Welcome to Roosevelt Middle School's
Library Media Center Web Page
 
Follett Online Catalog  
To Access E-Books
 YOU CAN READ THESE BOOKS FROM ANY ELECTRONIC DEVISE (computer, I-phone, I-pad)
          Just go to Roosevelt Middle school and click on the Library Page
1. Log into Follett Destiny
2. In the box that says "Narrow your search to.." locate the Material Type
3. Click on the arrow and a menu will appear
4. Click on electronic book ( ebook) 
5. Check the box that says limit it Follett ebooks
6. Hit enter
7. All the ebooks available will come up.

 Meet Your Library Media Specialist
 
 Denise DePascale
Mrs.Denise DePascale
 Library Media Specialist
Phone: 973-669-5373 x. 
 
 
Mrs. Nancy Mullin  
Mrs. Nancy Mullin
Supervisor of Career Education & Library Science
Phone: 973-669-5400 x. 20560 
 
 
Welcome to Roosevelt Middle School's
Library Media Center Web Page
 
Follett Online Catalog  
To Access E-Books
 YOU CAN READ THESE BOOKS FROM ANY ELECTRONIC DEVISE (computer, I-phone, I-pad)
          Just go to Roosevelt Middle school and click on the Library Page
1. Log into Follett Destiny
2. In the box that says "Narrow your search to.." locate the Material Type
3. Click on the arrow and a menu will appear
4. Click on electronic book ( ebook) 
5. Check the box that says limit it Follett ebooks
6. Hit enter
7. All the ebooks available will come up.

Epic Reads is a great site to see what's new in YA literature.

http://www.epicreads.com/

YALSA Book Finder -  Find great teen books 

THE NEXT INVENTION COULD BE YOURS

  • Mistakes That Worked

    by Charlotte Foltz Jones Year Published: 1991 609

    Presents the stories behind forty things that were invented or named by accident, including aspirin, X-rays, Frisbees, Silly Putty, and Velcro.

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  • THE KID WHO INVENTED THE POPSICLE

    by Don L Wulffson Year Published: 1997 609

    Brief factual stories about how various familiar things were invented, many by accident, from animal crackers to the zipper.

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  • The Kid Who Invented the Trampoline

    by Don L. Wulffson Year Published: 2001 609

    Chronicles the history of human inventions, including the invention of artificial eyes in Egypt, ketchup in China, liquid paper in Texas, and margarine in France.

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WOMEN'S MOVEMENT

  • Flappers and the New American Woman

    by Catherine Gourley Year Published: 2008 305.4097

    Who was the flapper, and who was the New American Woman? They weren't specific individuals, but rather symbols that defined women in the early decades of the twentieth century. 

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  • Gibson Girls and Suffragists

    by Catherine Gourley Year Published: 2008 305.4097

    Gibson Girls were flirtatious and feisty. Suffragists, on the other hand, were more concerned with social justice than fashion.

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  • Gidgets and Women Warriors

    by Catherine Gourley Year Published: 2008 305.4097
    The  Gidget image offered young girls a role model for carefree living. Many women wanted to persue the Woman Warrior persona to emerge as astronauts, peace activists, and women who challenged bigotry and racism.
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  • Rosie and Mrs. America

    by Catherine Gourley Year Published: 2008 305.4097

    Women's movement

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How Much Do You Know About Plagiarizing

Test Yourself by Playing this Game - Goblin Threat
Goblin Threat  

Makerspace

It's happening in the LMC
You Are Welcome to Come and Create
At the LMC - Advisory Time and Afterschool
Puzzles and Coding  
 
 

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