View available dates and times in the library.  Teachers, contact Erin Regele to reserve library class time, check out books, or arrange for library instruction.

Search for books in the Billings Public Schools libraries' collections.

Downloadable eBooks for mobile devices -- tons of fiction and non-fiction to choose from for your reading enjoyment.

Looking for Book Recommendations? Check out these websites:

Epic Reads:  Epic Reads is one of the largest young adult fiction communities online. Along with their endless energy and passion for YA, one reason for their popularity is their interactive quizzes, lengthy lists, and colorful book charts that point readers towards their next favorite read.

Penguin Teen:  The Penguin Teen website features book lists, news about young adult authors, and a helpful book suggestions tool that focuses on genre specific book recommendations.

Which Book:  On Whichbook, book recommendations are calculated by one out of two categories: 1. Mood, or 2. Character, setting, and plot. The reader has the choice to use sliders on the “Mood” section to rate what they’re looking for in a book. Do you want a book that is completely happy? Or on the border between safe and disturbing? There is also the option to select your desired character characteristics, the story setting, and/or plot points that you’d like included in the recommendation.

What Should I Read Next?:  Enter a book you like and the site will analyse our huge database of real readers' favorite books to provide book recommendations and suggestions for what to read next.

List adapted from the article :  by Abigail Clarkin on Book Riot  15 OF THE BEST BOOK RECOMMENDATION SITES TO FIND YOUR NEXT BOOK

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Announcements

We are now taking book requests online!  Please fill out this Google form if you have a book that you would like to see added to our collection.  Thank you!


Library Book Request Form








Lunch and Learns are an opportunity for students to learn new and exciting information during the "all" lunch time period on Wednesdays. Community guests come in to speak and students and staff are encouraged to bring in their lunch and learn something new. Because we have a speaker in the library, we are closed for normal library business. We encourage everyone who is able to come and learn with us! 



 


Library Hours

Monday Tuesday Thursday

7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Wednesdays 

7:30 to 2:00 pm

Friday

7:30-2:55

Open both Lunches unless posted