BERTHA MAE STARKS SCHOOL LIBRARY MEDIA CENTER.Mission Statement: The Bertha Mae Starks Library Media Center is a research and reading facility designed to serve the needs of the students and staff of Coleman High School. The mission of the library is to help students and staff become effective users of information and ideas, to provide reading materials for pleasure, and to instill in our patrons a desire for lifelong learning.LIBRARY HOURS Monday-Friday. 8:00 a.m. - 11:30a.m.
by Ruth Sepetys Year Published: 2016
World War II is ending and a group of refugees tries to escape the war's final dangers only to find themselves on a ship with a target on its hull.
by Michael Grant Year Published: 2016
This is a fictional history that has women fighting alongside men in World War II.
by Connie Goldsmith Year Published: 2015
The author gives background on the ebola virus and its beginnings and explains how research is continuing to look for a cure.
by Stan Lee Year Published: 2015
A memoir of the man who introduced heros like Spiderman and the Hulk.
by Chris Barton Year Published: 2016
A hungry hawk is outsmarted by the rabbit he hopes to have as a meal.
by Carl Richards Year Published: 2015
The author gives a simplified investing process.
by Carl Richards Year Published: 2012
Richards shows how to think clearly about money and its role in a happy life
by Ozge Samanci Year Published: 2015 graphic novel
This is the funny memoir of a girl who grew up in Turkey. The book is full of collages and and interesting images for those who like visual stories.
by William Mark Habeeb Year Published: 2012 nonfiction
This book gives a concise history of Egypt up through 2011.
by Winifred Conkling Year Published: 2015 nonfiction
This is the fascinating, little-known story of two brilliant female physicists whose groundbreaking discoverines led to the creation of the atomic bomb.
by Jason Reynolds Year Published: 2015 fiction
The book is about racism and police brutality today in American seen through the eyes of a white teen boy and his friend, a black teen boy.
by B.A. Shapiro Year Published: 2015 mystery
This is a gripping story with provocative themes. It is set in New York, 1940. The country is teetering on the brink of war. A new art movement called Abstract Expressionism is burgeoning. European refugees are seeking asylum from rising fascism. Amid political turmoil, apromising career and a love affair are interrupted when a brilliant young artist banishes . . . and today, seventy years later, another struggling artist, her great-niece, is piecing together the truth about her disappearance--and so much more.