Each year students who read at least two of the Volunteer State Book Award nominees are eligible to vote for their favorite in the Spring.
The Fault In
Hazel's cancer has been nothing but terminal, but when a gorgeous guy enters her life, her story
is completely rewritten.
Adult mystery writer takes his shot at a young readers' mind with a plot twisting murder mystery. Mickey and his friends must find out what happened to friend Rachel. Mickey, the one who normally protects all can't do so without finding who he is protecting them from.
Retta Lee Jones takes her beautiful voice and country music dreams to Nashville just after her high school graduation. Author Suzanne Supplee, takes the reader on a terrific journey for those still chasing dreams and creating their own paths.
Three Rivers Rising
Six-teen year old Celestia experiences love, society's rules, and tragedy throughout events in American history. Read as it unfolds!
It is never too early to get started reading next year's Volunteer Book Award Nominees.
"You're never alone when you are reading a book." Susan Wiggs
SCHS Readers ROCK!
To celebrate Read Across America at SCHS, librarian, Mrs. Lora Black, organized "Readers Rock!" to encourage students to be mindful of both reading for fun and the resources available through the many books offered in the library. Pictures were taken of readers, teachers and administration for students to see the excitement and knowledge books can bring to each reader.
Click on the above picture to read more about the VSBA Winner, Matched, and the other two books in the trilogy.
Don't forget our before and after school hours!
The library is a great place out of the morning hustle and bustle of the hall to study or finish up some homework!