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CONTACT US

Jennifer Cunningham
Library Media Technician
jlcunningham@nmusd.us
949-515-6905 Ext. 2523

Library Hours:  8:00-2:30 

 

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Find a Book!

Welcome to the REA Elementary Library! We are so excited that your student is a REA Shark. We want library time to be fun and we want your student to develop a love for reading. During this school year, your student may be checking out books for the first time and that is so exciting for them! Checking out books is a privilege and with privilege comes responsibility. Checking out books is a great way to teach your student to be responsible.

Students are able to keep a books for 1 week. If your student needs more time they can bring the book to the library and renew it. All library books belong to Rea Elementary and must come to school with the student daily. Books should not be left at home. Any lost or damaged books is the students responsibility. 

Kinder through First grade may check out 1 book at a time, while Second grade through Sixth grade may check out 2!  

Use Destiny Discover to see what books we have in the library and discover websites and other digital resources. Make sure you check out Collections!

How to Login to the Destiny Discover on a Chromebook:

  1. Log in to ClassLink 
  2. Click the Destiny icon
  3. If required, enter your username (6-digit Student ID) and password (District Generated)
  4. Click Log In
  5. Click the Catalog tab (top left)
  6. Click Destiny Discover (left side) 
  7. Scroll to the bottom of the page for the eBooks section
  8. Click See All

IMPORTANT: See video below to learn how to search and place holds in Destiny.

Finding Books & Placing Holds

AR Book Finder

Click below to find out the AR information of any book.

You can search by title, author, subject and reading level. 

www.arbookfind.com

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Orange County Public Library

Orange County Public Library has two branches in Costa Mesa and a TON of e-book and audiobook resources for kids and their parents. 

Be sure to visit the Orange County Public Library for summer reading program information. 

Click the link below to search the catalog, read books online or download audio and e-books.

Visit the OC Public Libraries Website