Library/Mrs. Patricia Swedenberg

 Reading is one of the most important skills your child will learn in school. Reading improvement comes with practice, and the Notre Dame Library provides a wide variety of books for students to borrow for reading practice, information, and enjoyment.  You can help your child by reading to or with him/her. Encourage your child to spend time reading at home every day. 

  Students are responsible to handle library books with care, since they are for everyone to share. Please keep books away from pets, food, and all liquids.

 Any book damage should be reported to the library as soon as possible so we can attempt repairs.  Please do not try to fix books at home. 

 Library books may be kept for two weeks then must be returned. A book may be renewed (checked out again) if the student is not finished reading it. An overdue (late) book means a student cannot borrow another book (until the overdue book is renewed or returned). If a book is lost, payment toward a replacement will be requested from the parents.

             Happy Reading!


KidsReads.com helps kids select books that appeal to them by offering kid-friendly reviews and information about children's books and authors. The information is searchable by author, series, and special features. The companion site Teenreads.com focuses on young adult literature.           

Click here for the library catalog.