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    Book Club 2019 - 2020 2nd Thursday of the month at lunch in the library

    Titles may change due to members choice:
    November Spill Zone by Scott Westerfeld
    December Emotional Intelligence by Daniel Goleman
    January  Book Thief by Markus Zusak
    February  The Screwtape Letters by C S Lewis
    March Brazen Rebel Ladies by Penelope Bagieu
    April Big Burn by Timothy Egan
    May Poetry any selections by Mary Oliver

    bebrennan@seattleschools.orgContact Info
    Librarian: Betty Brennan, MLS
    bebrennan@seattleschools.org
    Library: 206-252-3920

    Asst. Librarian:  Susan Hauck
    sehauck@seattleschools.org


    Meet Ms. Brennan - our Ingraham Librarian!
    I have been a school librarian for over 20 years.  I am a Seattle native and have a Bachelor's degree in Geography from the University of Washington, my teaching certification through SPU, and my Master in Library Science at Simmons College in Boston. In 2006, I became a National Board Certified Teacher.

    Library Link - SPL.org
    Student library card numbers are 990000 (four zeroes) followed by the 7-digit student ID number to create a 13-digit number.
    For example, if your student ID is 1234567,
    your Library card number is 9900001234567
    PINs are the student’s birth month and day.
    For example; November 7th, your PIN is 1107
    Questions: www.spl.org/librarylink