Library

 

 

Sharon Dressel, Librarian

Email: SharonDressel@misdmail.org
Library Hours: Monday - Friday  | 8:15 AM - 3:30 PM

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There is now a Mansfield ISD Elementary Librarians Canvas course that students can join.  Follow the directions here to join the course and see all of the interesting things we have found!

 

Library Information & Book Checkout Policy


Willie Brown Elementary classes visit the library weekly for instruction and checkout. 

  • Students in grades K-2 check out one book each week.
  • Students in grades 3-4 check out up to 2 books each week.
  • All books circulate for one week and may be renewed as needed.

Parents, please help to ensure your child is a good library citizen and returns his/her book(s) in good condition and on time.  For more information, contact your school librarian.

Visit the Destiny web site to search our catalog for books in the Willie Brown Elementary library.  Access to this site is available from school or home.

Library Resources: Electronic Databases & Helpful Links

Mansfield Public Library - Reading and research needs needs can also be met by visiting the Mansfield Public Library at 104 South Wisteria St in Mansfield.

Discovery Education Streaming - Discovery Education Streaming is an amazing resource for digital classroom media. Over 5000 videos, 20,000 images, 4000 audio files, 20,000 encyclopedia articles, lesson plans, classroom tools, and much, much, more!  Teachers may login using their Google credentials.

Time-saving portal to thousands of online resources to explore children's and young adult books and their authors. Immediate access to short movies, audio book readings, book discussions, and more.

Britannica Online offers quality encyclopedia and related materials for students of all levels. Users can also take advantage of the learning materials, a collection of educational exercises, activities, and study guides.

PebbleGo is an award winning pre-K – 3rd grade database for reading and research. The PebbleGo database includes built-in reading and research tools for emerging readers. Leveled text, educational games, and multimedia help teach concepts to our youngest researchers. PebbleGo offers three separate databases: PebbleGo Animals, PebbleGo Earth & Space and PebbleGo Biographies.

BrainPop Junior provides curriculum-based content geared specifically for k-3 students. The site offers a growing library of movies and interactive features across six subjects: science, health, writing, reading, social studies and math.

Electronic resource database with indexed, searchable content including books, magazines, news, and more than 13,000 images—engages students with interesting facts about the subject, along with connections to current events; Broad subject categories include: animals, arts, geography, health, literature, music and movies, people, plants, science, social studies, sports, and technology.

National Geographic Kids includes the complete issues of National Geographic Kids magazine from 2009-present, 500 downloadable images, and 200 National Geographic Kids books, including reference books as well as nonfiction books on history, biography, science and technology and the National Geographic Readers, which cover wildlife, pets, nature and other topics.