The Legner Learning Village Library is a vital source of information and knowledge that reflects the diversity and dynamics of our Grades K - 8 programs.

Centrally located on the Belfield Campus, it currently maintains a print collection of over 15,000 volumes and networked computers that provide students and teachers access to a variety of web-based materials, including those to which the School subscribes.

It is the goal of the library program to provide resources that will stimulate young people to be critical thinkers, to enjoy the sound of rich language, and to become life-long readers. The aim of the library curriculum is to help children feel at home in any library, and to be able to locate information in a variety of formats on whatever topic they seek.

Parents often ask what they can do to help their child in school. The answer is simple: encourage your child to read. Independent reading is intricately linked to critical thinking skills, vocabulary acquisition, writing proficiency, and overall student achievement.


The resources below will help students, parents, and teachers as they maneuver through the world of literacy in the 21st century. 

A great way to find new books is to browse a reading list. On these sites you can find book reviews and also keep track of the books you've read.

Looking for an interesting new book to read? Ms. FitzHenry may have reviewed it already on her blog, Fitz Between the Shelves!

Please browse our online catalog for more information about library collections.

A seventh grade student reads to a Kindergarten classmate during Picture Book Month.