Library Receives Donated Books from Puget Sound Council
May 30, 2012
Port Angeles, Wash. – The Port Angeles High School Library is the recipient of four boxes of donated books, contemporary fiction and non-fiction titles, from the Puget Sound Council for the Review of Children’s Books.
Eve Datisman, school librarian, who also teaches English, is a reviewer for the Council and reports she requested the reviewed books and was lucky enough to receive them. Often the reviewed books are shipped overseas, and last year many cases were shipped to schools and organizations impacted by Hurricane Katrina.
The Council is a regional organization composed of school and public librarians, some retired, which offers reviews of books from local publisher s and small presses.
Port Angeles High School students with school librarian and English instructor Eve Datisman as they look through four donated boxes of books. They are, from the left, Lauren Hefton, Ruby Jackson, Allison Hampton, Datisman, and Richard Paulson. Hefton and Jackson are seniors; Hampton a junior; and Paulson is a sophomore. Except for Paulson, the students are teacher assistants in the library.
Photo Credit: Port Angeles School District
For more information, contact:
Community Relations Specialist
Port Angeles School District