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Fall 2020 @ Lincoln Library 2.0

December 2020
Ms. Moayeri's "Year in Books" as compiled by Goodreads.
Members of the Lincoln Library Team did podcast series on the books they were reading. They wrote a script for each episode and used Anchor FM to record and post their podcasts.
Click below to listen.
Vanessa Ramirez: 500 Words or Less by Juleah Del Rosario 
Daniela Madrid: Then She Was Gone by Lisa Jewell
Katie Dinh: Before I Let Go by Marieke Nijkamp
Andres Cardenas Aguilar: The Late Bus by Rick Jasper
Andres Cardenas Aguilar: The Prank by Ashley Rae Harris
If you'd like to join, please fill out this form and Ms. Moayeri will get you set up.
Here are what activities are, you only need to complete five of them.
Looking for some good reading recommendations for Winter Break?
Lincoln Library 2.0 has got you covered.
Here are some suggestions by genre, or type of books, all available on Sora through the waffle four-square app center on Schoology:
Lots of great contests happening at the moment. 
Here's a virtual bulletin board full of virtual sticky notes to help you keep track of what they are with links directly to the contests themselves.
Good luck!
The Lincoln Library Team contributed book reviews to the second issue of our 2020-2021 school newspaper, The Railsplitter.
Ms. Moayeri was interviewed by Lincoln's own Nancy Trinh, Art and Entertainment Editor of The Railsplitter about the operations of Lincoln Library during this time of remote learning.
Read the entire interview on page nine.
Just in time for Thanksgiving Break, you can check out ebooks and audiobooks through Schoology with Sora.
No need for a library card, access code or PIN.
Here is a how-to video on accessing and using Sora through Schoology.
And here are some suggestions, click on the books in this link to jump to the selection in Sora.
Lincoln Library Team spent a week learning about primary sources, ending with evaluating a primary source from a Native American tribe using LAUSD Digital Library's Infobase database.
Here are some handy infographics they created on the Importance of Primary Sources using Canva.
On Election Day 2020 famed illustrator and children's book author Mo Willems who is the artist-in-residence at the Kennedy Center hosted "Democracy Doodle 2020." 
Here are our Lincoln Library Team's Democracy Doodles.
Here's a video of virtual ofrendas some of the Lincoln Library team made after a research project on Día de los Muertos, which takes place over November 1st and 2nd.

Want to check out some books on vampireszombieswitches and werewolves?
How about reading some horrorghost or scary stories?
And what about terrifying authors like Stephen KingNatasha Preston and Mary Dowling Hahn?
All of the above, and more, are available right now from LAPL with your SSC + PIN for FREE.
Click here to check out the SBOOKYPIX selections below and much more.

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated from September 15th to October 15th.
Check out these FREE titles from popular and award-winning Hispanic authors like Elizabeth Acevedo (Poet X), Ibi Zoboi (Pride), Adam Silvera (They Both Die at the End), Luis Rodriguez (Always Running), Benjamin Alire Saenz (Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe) and much more from LAPL with your SSC + PIN.
Click here to check out the BOOKPIX selections below.
After retrieving their Los Angeles Public Library Student Success Card and PIN, creating a Goodreads account and star rating 10 books, plus receiving an access code and PIN to Open eBooks, our Lincoln Library Team created their book picks for Fall 2020.
August 2020
You all have been issued an LAPL SSC + PIN, to retrieve your information, click here to fill out the verification form.
For directions, see below.