Welcome to the Thompson Middle School Media Center!
The Thompson library/media center operates on a fixed and a flexible schedule. The media specialist teaches part of the day. The rest of the day is open for students to borrow books, conduct research, complete multimedia projects and more! Students may also visit before school (starting at 7:35). The media center is a resouce for the entire school community!Sincerely, Mrs. RaymondLinks for Reading and ResearchDatabasesPlease see Mrs. Raymond for the passwords to use these resources from home.
The World Book Advanced
contains primary source links and eBooks that you can download.
Use the World Book Web to organize your research.
can help with many different subjects.
EBSCO's Explora contains a variety of wonderful resources.
Our Card Catalog
Direct link to our eBooks
Use this link: FollettShelf You can use the word guest as your username and password if you just want to skim through the books online, or you can login in with your computer username and password. (Skip the @middletownk12 part).
Capstone - A small collection of interactive books.
You can also go to the link below to download an app to read books on your Nook, Kindle, phone or iPad. This app does not currently work with Chromebooks.PathfindersLibGuides!
Handmade pages of information specifically related to your classes!
Digital Citizenship: A Gneral Overview for Students, Parents and Educators.
A guide to help you to make sure your website is appropriate for research.
A valuble resource of films, activities and links for sudents parents and educators.
Books, databases, online help and more! (A link outside of this website)
Research and bibliography help.(A link outside of this website)Suggestions from your librarian on what to read next!
Additional websites about books and reading:
http://www.kidsreads.com/ Book reviews, recommendations, trivia, facts and more!
What is the Next Book in that Series? A Reader's Advisory Service presented by the Mid-Continent Public Library
Scholastic's Share What You Are Reading http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/swyar/index.aspFrom Slime Kids - lots of good linksShort videos about booksSome free eBook collections:
You will need a Public Library card to borrow books. (A link outside of this website)
Search Google's growing database of digitized books. If a book is in the public domain (out of copyright), you can view the entire book and download a PDF copy. If a book is copyrighted, you may be able to preview small portions of the book.
Access to 1.7 million scanned versions of books, with links to external sources like WorldCat and Amazon.
Search over 33,000 free eBooks available for download to your computer and most portable devices. eBooks are available in ePub, Kindle, HTML and simple text formats.