Thank you Smyrna Bowling Center, Teresa Bowling, Lisa Reid, Martha Tucker, and Mr. & Mrs. Nored for your generous donations to the Media Center.
Maze Runner, Death Cure
Fault in our stars
Evolution of Mara Dyer
Rise of nine
Feeling good about the way you look
Children of divorce
Memoirs aren't fairytales
A long long sleep
The Daily News Journal
New York Times
NoodleTools (Search Engines)
Open Clip Art Library
Tennessee State Library and Archives (TSLA)
Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL) (Journals, newspapers, books, etc.)
Bobbie J. Palmer
The Holloway High Media Center is open Monday through Friday, 8:15 a.m. - 3:45 p.m.
To support and enhance the curriculum, and create a community of students who are information literate, lifelong learners, and avid readers.
- Students may check out two books at a time.
- Books are loaned for a two-week period with one renewal available.
- Students may visit the media center any time during regular hours, but must have a note or pass from their teacher during class time.
- No drinks or food are allowed in the media center.
- Computer usage is limited to scheduled assignments -- no games, personal e-mails, chat rooms, social networking, etc.
- Fines for overdue materials are 10 cents per school day.
- If materials are lost or damaged, students will be financially responsible for replacement materials and/or book repair.
- Fines and overdue books must be cleared in the Library Media Center before reports cards will issued, or student is allowed to walk at graduation.
- Please schedule class time as early as possible.Students must have a signed agenda or pass from teacher to visit media center during class time.
- Turn in books, videos and other media by the first of May for inventory.
The chemical garden series
The rise of nine (Pittacus Lore Series)
The evolution of Mara Dyer
Hunger games trilogy
Reached (Matched Triology)
Fern Schumer Chapman
Home in my life
Brain candy: Science, paradoxs, puzzles, logic, & illogic to nourish your neurons
30 Second mysteries
The fully automatic bibliography maker that auto-fills. It is free and an easy way to build a works cited page. Bibme can be used to store all your works cited information for current and future reference.
Is a tool to organize links and research. Information on a web site can be highlighted and saved. The links can be made public, and can be accessed from any computer.
Librarians Internet Resouces
Salem Online Databases
Tennessee Electronic Library (TEL)
The TEL is a viritual library with over 40 databases and over 400,000 articles. It provides full-text access for the four metropolitan Tennessee newspapers -- Chattanooga Times-Free Press, The Commercial Appeal (Memphis), Knoxville News-Sentinel, and The Tennessean (Nashville). This database can be accessed through the following link: newspapershttp://infoweb.newsbank.com.
The Ayn Rand Institute
The Center for the Advancement of Objectivism
Ayn Rand is a novelist and philosopher who wrote The Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged. This website contains educational opportunities and teaching resources.
Teaching Reading Through Poetry