Each year, a committee of public and school librarians from the Texas Library Association’s Young Adult Round Table select current books for a recommended reading list designed for young adult readers. The purpose of the list is to encourage young adults to read for pleasure and to become lifelong readers; the list is not designed to support a specific curriculum.
Sarah Chase, librarian at Carroll Senior High School, has been appointed to the 10-member committee for a one year term. She will help choose the books for the list that will be published in January, 2016. Members of the committee regularly read well over 100 novels that are nominated and then choose the top 50-60 titles that will comprise the Tayshas List.
The 2015 Tayshas List was recently released, click here to download.
Attend the first ever EBook Open House at the Carroll Senior High School library on Wednesday, Dec. 4. Carroll ISD students, staff and community members are invited.
Drop in for 30 minutes or so anytime from 4-6 p.m. Bring your IPad, Kindle, Smartphone and Librarian Sarah Chase will help you download EBook service called Overdrive. Overdrive is easy to download and read books on your personal device. Chase will also be able to assist those who do not have an Overdrive account. Overdrive is the premier EBook borrowing service. Carroll Senior High School Library’s Overdrive library has over 400 titles and once you know how to use Overdrive, you can use the public library’s Overdrive as well, and have hundreds, if not thousands, of books just a click away.
If you have any questions, please contact Sarah Chase, CSH Librarian at 817-949-5822 or firstname.lastname@example.org