Summer Reading List
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Summer Reading for 2013-2014
All titles are available through the Hawley Library in various formats.
- Unwind by Neal Shusterman
- Book Thief by Marcus Zusak (additional reading for Freshmen Honors) * # & @
The Glass Castle by Jeannette Walls * # &
Black Like Me by John Griffin (additional reading for Sophomore Honors) * # &
The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga * # &
A Thousand Splendid Suns by Khaled Hosseini (additional reading for Junior Honors) * # &
Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell * # &
Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close by Johnathan Safran Foer (additional reading for College Comp)
* ...available for summer check out from the Hawley Library Media Center
# ...available as audio on iPod
& ...available through the librarian for download to your personal iPad
@ ...available to read online from FollettShelf on the Hawley Library Media webpage (Winnacunnet High School website)
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Monday-Thursday 7AM - 3:30PM
Friday 7AM - 2:30PM
Helping "all students to be critical thinkers, responsible decision makers, and creative problem solvers."
Please review the Expectations for Student Behavior
Most titles are available in paper, audio-book on iPod, iBook for iPad and eBook via Follettshelf.
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A book is like a garden carried in the pocket.
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Expected Behavior in the Hawley Library
- Students are expected to engage in school work while in the library.
- Students may talk quietly when doing group work, but must be courteous and respectful at all times.
- The Winnacunnet Code of Conduct applies in the library
- Students are expected to clean up their workspace upon leaving the library. Recycling bins are conveniently located throughout the library and students are encouraged to use them to dispose of papers and bottles/cans.
- Library materials (scissors, staplers, magazines & newspapers, laptops, etc.) are to be returned to their original locations. Laptops should be put away neatly in their assigned position, and plugged in.
Hawley Library Staff
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Hawley Library Mission Statement:
Our Mission is to help “all students to be critical thinkers, responsible decision makers, and creative problem solvers.”
Email the Library Staff at
Or call: 603-758-9397
Hawley Library Staff
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Hawley Library Media Center Online Resources
Databases and E-books
General Information - Databases, magazines, newspapers and encyclopedias that cover many subjects
This ebook and database provides access to the National Geographic magazine from 1888 to the present. You will also find People, Animals and the World providing a wealth of information about our universe. This also allows cross searching with our Gale Virtual Reference Library resource. Check the green sheet or see the Librarians for the password.
This database provides information about colleges, careers, job hunting skills and so much more! Check the green sheet or see the Librarians for the username and password.
Thinking about what you would like to do after high school? This database provides information about numerous careers, the education and training necessary to achieve these goals. Check the green sheet or see the Librarians for the username and password.
Student Research Center is the search engine for accessing magazines, newspapers, biographies, radio/TV transcripts and primary documents for basic research. The database covers all subjects. Provided by EBSCO.