Our library offers numerous ways to keep yourself (and your students) fully stocked with books to read. With National Read a Book Day on Saturday, September 6, there's no better time to start a new book in whichever format you prefer; click through to learn more about how you can take advantage of our many offerings.
Get a jump on summer reading by signing up for the Nashville Public Library’s annual Summer Reading Challenge. It will be a bit different this year. Read on for details and ideas for the challenge. You do not need to have a library card to participate.
When book festivals began canceling in response to the coronavirus, a sterling group of children’s and young adult authors got together to create a free online alternative: the Everywhere Book Fest, happening Friday, May 1 and Saturday, May 2.
With everyone leaving campus for Spring Break, this is a good time to remind our community members about all the great resources for continued learning that are available through the Hassenfeld Library website and your local public library.
Twenty copies of “Just Mercy” are available to borrow from the Middle School Office beginning Thursday, March 12. The MS community will gather Tuesday, April 21 for dinner and discussion. A screening of the movie based on the book is Friday, May 1.
The American Library Association’s annual book awards season is an exciting time for school librarians: will our favorite titles get the recognition they deserve? This year’s awards, announced on January 27, spread the love among a large and diverse group of fantastic books.
The author will speak to the Nashville community about his new release and New York Times bestseller from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Monday, January 27 in the Auditorium. The USN Bookstore is selling his books in anticipation of his visit.
The Hassenfeld Library's Spring Reading Challenge 2020 begins now. Read on to find out the five categories in this challenge open to K-12 students, parents, and faculty. Visit this page to find lists of suggested books and awards.