The Rodgers Memorial Library has partnered with the national organization “Girls Who Code,” and is officially a GWC Club, one of only four clubs in New Hampshire. If you’re a girl in grades 6 through 12, join our club and learn how to employ various programming languages to design and create a project of your choosin
g. There are no membership fees and no costs since we use only open-source software available for free, and store all projects on the cloud. Girls are welcome to bring their own laptop or use one of the library’s laptops.
For more information on GWC, and to learn about the continuing demand for computer science engineers, visit the Girls Who Code website here.
Join us on Monday, November 7 at 2pm for our first club meeting. Can’t come to the first one? Come see us on Monday, November 14 or 21. Register here, and I hope to see you at our Girls Who Code club!
Brought to you by the same folks behind “Brain Quest,” Everything You Need to Ace English (Language Arts)/Math/Science in One Big Fat Notebook will take middle school readers through the various processes involved in each field, with colorful illustrations and relateable language. The three books cover (titles link to our catalog record):
- English Language Arts: Grammar, active and passive verbs, Latin roots, structure, and textual analysis,
- Math: Fractions, decimals, and how to multiply and divide with each; ratios, geometry, statistics and probability,
- Science: Scientific investigation, engineering process, energy, outer space and the solar system, and more!
Find out more at the publisher’s site here.
Hudson Memorial School has assigned summer reading for grades 6-8, many titles which are included in the Rodgers Library Juvenile (J) and Young Adult (YA) collections. You can access the entire reading list, and the instructions for each grade, here. (Reading list is in MS Word format.)
Below are the books in our collections that are included in the reading lsts, which have been divided by grade. Click on any title to access the record on our online catalog. All books are listed alphabetically by author.
(You can place a hold on any book by signing into your library account using your library card number – which is the string of numbers below the bar code on the back of your card, beginning with “245” – and your PIN. Don’t have or know your PIN? Give us a call at 603-866-6030 for information on how to access or create your PIN.)
A book that is not listed below but is on the reading list may be available through Inter-Library Loan (ILL). Call the library at 603-886-6030 for more information on completing an ILL request.
Sixth Grade Summer Reading
Seventh Grade Summer Reading
Eighth Grade Summer Reading