November in the Library
What's Happening In November:
In celebration of Native American Heritage Month Tim Tingle, Choctaw Storyteller and author, will be making a return visit to Thousand Oaks.
Tim has a new historical fiction novel in which the main character and his family travel the the Trail of Tears. This book is titled how I be came a ghost.
On the day of his visit Tim will be telling age appropriate stories to all grade levels. One of his most popular stories, When Turtle Grew Feathers, is the Choctaw version of The Tortoise and the Hare.
A book order form has been sent home and Tim will autograph copies of all purchased titles for our students.
Find out more about Tim Tingle on his website: www.timtingle.com/
Information about Native American Heritage Month can be found at: http://nativeamericanheritagemonth.gov/
Monday - Friday
8:00 a.m. - 3:30 p.m.
OverDrive : eBooks and audiobooks
NEISD students, teachers and parents are invited to check out eBooks and audiobooks from the NEISD Overdrive digital library.
All students and teachers need is their NESID ID Number to access this library and to check out electronic and audio books on most digital devices (including cell phones)!
Select Overdrive Read as your format if you want to read eBooks in your browser and rather than downloading them in a specific format.
Parent passwords expire annually in August. Thousand Oaks Parents will need to contact Mrs. Casseb in the library to have a new password created.
P.S. the San Antonio Public Library also has an OverDrive digital library. You just need a library card. Happy Reading!