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Because grades 6-8 were added to our school three years ago, a year before the school library closed, we have very few books for middle school readers. The current books are dated and anything but high-interest. Overall, the collection is thin. Middle school students check in weekly asking if there are any new books. I explain sadly, "Not yet. I'm working on it." In the school library, there's no homework. There are no assignments. Students choose freely. Having new, interesting, and age-appropriate books in our collection for the middle school readers will promote reading, reading for enjoyment, agency, and lifelong learning.

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Because grades 6-8 were added to our school three years ago, a year before the school library closed, we have very few books for middle school readers. The current books are dated and anything but high-interest. Overall, the collection is thin. Middle school students check in weekly asking if there are any new books. I explain sadly, "Not yet. I'm working on it." In the school library, there's no homework. There are no assignments. Students choose freely. Having new, interesting, and age-appropriate books in our collection for the middle school readers will promote reading, reading for enjoyment, agency, and lifelong learning.

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