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Library Book Hold Pickup

Library Book Checkout

Dear Parents and Students,

We are excited to allow students to begin a holds service to get physical books from the Beacon Heights Library.  This is the procedure we will follow.

  1.  Students can place holds on books through the Beacon Heights library catalog located on the library page of the Beacon Heights website.
  2. Students can have up to 5 books at a time.
  3. We will have a holds pick up service on Wednesdays from 11-1 beginning August 26th and continuing through the end of October.  You will be able to return books during the same time.
  4. To pick up your child’s hold you will text me at 801-602-3887 between 11-1 on Wednesdays with your child’s last name and I will bring the books out to the drive through lane in the front of the school.
  5. If you would like help selecting books for your child, please fill out the form Book Request Assistance and I will pull a random selection of 5 books based on your child’s grade level and book interests for you to pick up.
  6. I am including a video that shows how to login in and place books on hold.

We now have our Battle of the Books form in resources!  Please fill out a form for each Battle book that you read to receive credit for it!

Elementary Battle of the Books 2020-2021

Andrews, Ryan.  This Was Our Pact.  First Second, 2019.
Auxier, Jonathan. Sweep: The story of a girl and her monster. Amulet Books, 2018.
Barton, Chris. What Do You Do With A Voice Like That? Beach Lane Books, 2018.
Elliott, Zetta, and Geneva B. Dragons in a Bag. Yearling, an Imprint of Random House Children's Books, 2019.
Haddix, Margaret Peterson. The Strangers (Greystone Secrets, Book 1).  Harper Collins Publishers, 2019.
Heidicker, Christian McKay.  Scary Stories for Young Foxes.  Henry Holt and Company, 2019.
Hernandez, Carlos Alberto Pablo.  Sal & Gabi Break the Universe.  Disney Hyperion, 2019.
Korman, Gordon. The Unteachables. Balzer + Bray, an Imprint of Harper Collins Publishers, 2019.
Lord, Cynthia.  Because of the Rabbit.  Scholastic Press, 2019.
McDunn, Gillian. Caterpillar Summer.  Bloomsbury Children’s Books, 2019.
Oppel, Kenneth. Inkling.  Alfred A. Knopf,  2018.
Parry, Rosanne. A Wolf Called Wander. Greenwillow Books, an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers, 2019.
Roberts, Barbara Carroll.  Nikki on the Line. Little, Brown and Company, 2019.
Robeson, Teresa. Queen of Physics: How Wu Chien Shiung helped unlock the secrets of the atom. Sterling Children’s Books, 2019.
Sichol, Lowey Bundy. From an Idea to Disney: How Branding Made Disney a Household Name. Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company, 2019.
Van Eekhout, Greg. Cog. Harper, an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers, 2019.
Venkatraman, Padma.  The Bridge Home.  Nancy Paulsen Books, 2019.
Wang, Jen.  Stargazing.  First Second, 2019.
White, J.A.  Nightbooks.  Katherine Tegen Books, 2018.
Watson, Renee.  Some Places More Than Others.  Bloomsbury Children’s Books, 2019.


Reading in Unusual Places

Beacon Heights Reading in Unusual Places – 4th ​Annual “Reading in Unusual Places. Submit a FULL SIZE image (highest resolution possible)to

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Library Office Hours:  During school closure, I will available to answer emails each day from 10-11 am.  


Library Lesson Plans

While we are away from school is a great time to learn using library resources!  Please consider having your child complete the following lessons to learn more about using library resources!

Lesson Plan 1

Grades: 4th-6th graders

Topic: Women’s Movement (Women’s History Month)

Directions:  March is Women’s History Month and a great time to learn more about the Women’s Movement!  Go to Utah’s Online Library and go to World Book Online-Kids Version.  From there use the directions on the Webquest to find information about the Women’s Movement in World Book Kids.  Hint: Read the directions for each section carefully.  The directions will help you find which article to find the information in!  Happy Learning! 

Webquest Women's Movement


Lesson Plan 2

Grades: K-3rd graders

Topic: St. Patrick’s Day

Directions:  On March 17th we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.  Who is St. Patrick?  Why does everyone wear green?  Find out the answers to these questions and more by visiting Pebble Go (link in library resources) and recording your answers on the paper below.  You need a login and password to access PebbleGo, so if you don’t have it email the librarian at to get the login information!

Pebble Go St. Patrick's Day


Reading in Unusual Places     

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