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Books are a uniquely portable magic.  ~Stephen King

The Avon Middle/High School Library Media Center is home to over 20,000 materials  for student and faculty use. Take a tour with some of our students.  The Library Catalog can be accessed online, and can provide the locations  and status of all materials.  Watch a student video that shows you how to use it.

We may not always have all the information you need but we can usually tell you where to find it.  If we don't have what you're looking for, we can assist you in borrowing a book from another MA school library through our membership in MassCat .  We receive delivery three times a week from over 40 network libraries.  Please remember to take advantage of our neighbor, the Avon Public Library (click here) or your local library for additional borrowing needs. (APL's Catalog found here!)

In addition to books, magazines, and newspapers, the Library has
online subscriptions to databases that allows searchers to access books, videos & magazine articles from 1992 to today, as well as biographical information.  See Mrs. London for passwords necessary to access these resources.  These high quality, valuable resources are provided by the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners through the MA Library Network.  

 

 

 

 

 

Mrs. London Goes to Birmingham

 

Investigate the Victorian Tea in the Library
(see shoe polishing, dusting rubrics etc.)

Watch us learn about the Victorian Era (Part One)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2013 Academic Decathlon

 

AMHS Library is the proud recipient of  a

We The People-
Bookshelf Grant

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My Most Excellent Year
 

 

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