K-8 Library

200 West Odell Street, Marionville, Missouri  65705
Phone: 417-258-2550, Ext. 119
Lisa Smith, Librarian / Tammi Eshleman, Library Aide

Library Catalog:

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Squishy Circuit Intro Video
Super Wiggly-Bots Videos
Makey Makey Videos

 Library Links

 EbscoHost  LearningExpress

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EBSCO Databases

Learning Express Library

TED ED: Library of videos that you can add lessons to and share with your students. Your students can create and add their own TED Talk!

Add lessons to videos to share with your students.

EBSCO Databases: Use EBSCO Explora to find the most reliable sources for your research projects!  Link to additional MORENet Resources.  If you are not using a school computer, you’ll need the following log-in: Morenetmarionvil  / comet

MORENet Resources,  WatchKnowLearn Videos,     Classroom Copyright Chart,    Local Public Library Catalog,  MORENet Ebsco public library ebooks,     Lexile FrameworkTeaching Channel,   ReadWriteThink

Teachers, Students, and PARENTS!  Career  & College Prep:  Create your own confidential account on Learning Express Library.   Build your job readiness skills with resume writing, test prep, practice exams, and more!  You must first set up an account from a SCHOOL computer.  After that you will be able to access it from anywhere.

Illinois Open Education Resources: Career resources and educational resources.

Library of Congress: Over 50 MILLION primary sources that include photos, newspapers, journals, sound bytes, videos, etc! You can find free classic books.

Young Readers Classic Reader: Links to free classic literature.

Project Gutenberg: Links to free classic literature.

ZoteroBib: Free resource for citing sources.

Want to see more creative work from our students?  Take a look at Comet “Tales” —our Grade 3-8 Literary Magazine:  2016,   2015,   2014,  2013


READERS ARE WINNERS!  Library users will have several opportunities to earn books from the prize bookcase this year.  These include the weekly word of the month drawings,  earning Accelerated Reader points, writing book reviews for the library catalog, creating book reports, book trailers, Tumblereports, and more.  Thank you to everyone who supports the annual book fair that makes these prizes possible. Handout: 15 ideas for a book report

Need a book suggestion?  View some Book Trailers by Our Students  or look at the current nominees for the MASL State Awards:  Start reading now so you can vote for your favorite in March.


ShowMe MarkTwain Truman MASL Awards

Show Me Nominees, 1st-3rd

Mark Twain Nominees, 4th-6th Truman Nominees, 6th-8th MASL Readers Awards
Some Links For Teachers:

MPLC (List of Producers/Distributors)