The Green Acres Library offers an acclaimed collection of antibias books on gender, race, immigration, families, sexual orientation, ethnicity, ability, class, religion, and body image, among other subjects. From picture books, short stories, biographies, and memoirs to novels of many genres and works of narrative and expository nonfiction, the collection provides literature of exceptional merit to support school curricula, diversity programs, and pleasure reading for 3 year olds to teens.
A beautiful sunlit space, the Library is open for class instruction, independent and small group work, and relaxed reading from 8:00 am to 3:00 pm every school day. The Library Computer Area contains a SmartBoard and PCs. Community members can access Green Acres’ Online Library Resources from school and home. Annually updated Suggested Reading Lists are available on the website.
The Green Acres librarians collaborate with teachers to integrate information literacy skills and strategies and to inspire joyful, lifelong reading and learning throughout the grades.