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April is Poetry Month

«Check out The Academy of American Poets National Poetry Month webpage HERE.

»Browse through our books on display at the Reference Desk.

«Also be sure to check out some poetry resources on our website. Search ‘poetry’ in the Quick Search tab.

»Some quick resources to browse are Granger’s World of Poetry and Artemis Literary Sources. Search these for full-text poems and information about poets.

It’s All I Have To Bring Today

by Emily Dickinson

It’s all I have to bring today—
This, and my heart beside—
This, and my heart, and all the fields—
And all the meadows wide—
Be sure you count—should I forget
Some one the sum could tell—
This, and my heart, and all the Bees
Which in the Clover dwell.

Post by Chris

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High School Art Show on now!

Stop by the Art Gallery at the John Spellman Library to view some great art work from Grays Harbor area high schools. The show features work from Aberdeen, Elma, Harbor, Hoquiam, Ocosta, and Wishkah Valley.

There is a total of 242 wonderful items to view, and a number of different mediums inlcluding 3D, 2D color and monochrome, mixed media, jewelry, and photography.

The pieces will be judged during the first week of May. The awards ceremony for 1st, 2nd, and honorable mention will be held here in the first floor Library foyer on May 12th from 6pm to 7pm.

The show runs until May 19th, so be sure to stop by before then!


If you are interested in past exhibits, click HERE.


posted by Lauren

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Black History Month- ebook titles

February is Black History Month.

You can view ebooks on Black History, any time day or night, from on or off campus.

(for more on ebooks, look here!)


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Summer reading display

If you’re trying to fit in some fun reading this summer, check out the display in the library reading lounge.

From classics like Emma by Jane Austen to modern novels like Reservation Blues by Sherman Alexie, you’re sure to find something to love!

(and there’s even some Louis L’Amour and Zane Grey thrown in, yee haw!)

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Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month

May is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. The Library of Congress has a wonderful web site to learn more.

You can also check out our displays in the library- in the reading lounge and the library entrance.

If you aren’t going to be in the library, you can view a selection of the eBooks that are available.

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April is Poetry Month

The Academy of American Poets National Poetry Month!

Look for our displays at the library entrance and reading lounge, or check out some poetry resources under the ‘Search for Information‘ tab. There you’ll find Granger’s World of Poetry and LitFinder. Search these for full-text poems and information about poets.

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March is Women’s History Month

In celebration of Women’s History Month, the library has items on display in the cases at the library entry near the elevator and in the reading lounge.

You can also view information online from the Library of Congress.

Come in and take a look!

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