• eBooks

    Summer Reading eBooks 
     
    The GCMS library provides access to a growing collection of eBooks through FollettShelf. 
    These eBooks are accessible through desktop and laptop computers, tablets, and smartphones with an internet connection.  See below for information about accessing these eBooks

    THE SUMMER READING TITLES LISTED BELOW ARE AVAILABLE TO STUDENTS AS EBOOKS 

    For Students Entering Sixth Grade: 
     

    Absolutely Normal Chaos by Sharon Creech 

    QB 1 by Mike Lupica 

    Bloomability by Sharon Creech 

    House of Robots by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein 

    Chinese Cinderella by Adeline Yen Mah 

    I Funny: A Middle School Story by James Patterson and Chris Grabenstein 

    Call of the Wild by Jack London 

    Percy Jackson'sHeroes of OlympuSeries 
    by Rick Riordan 

    Heat by Mike Lupica 

     

     

    For Students Entering Seventh Grade: 
    Seventh Grade Titles are Not Yet Available.  Check the eBook Link Below to See if Copies of the eBooks are Available.  
     

    Every Soul A Star by Wendy Mass 

    The Girl Who Drank the Moon by Kelly Barnhill 

     

    For Students Entering Eighth Grade: 
     

    Wednesday Wars by Gary D. Schmidt 

     

    FollettShelf eBooks

    The GCMS library provides access to a growing collection of eBooks through FollettShelf.
    These eBooks are accessible through desktop and laptop computers, tablets, and smartphones with an internet connection.  The eBooks can be accessed using a web browser or an iOS or Android app. 

    To access the eBooks, click on the link below.  Use this link for computers, laptops, phones and tablets. 

    https://wbb00675.follettshelf.com/

    A username and password is required to access the eBooks.  Please use the following username and password:

    Username:  gcmslibrary         Password:  gcmslibrary

    The GCMS Library owns a limited number of licenses for each title.  This means all titles may not be available at all times.  Each title can be used as if you pulled the book off of a physical shelf in the library.  Readers using the eBook have access to the title while the eBook is being interacted with.  After thirty minutes of inactivity, the book returns to the shelf for use by other readers.  If this happens, the eBook can always be "pulled" off of the shelf again.