Media Center



Welcome to the Library Information Center


Marilee Palot, Media Specialist

Kylie Berry - Media Aide



To register your 4th-6th grader for an iPad, please click here.


Ice Cream Party! 

Congratulations to this small, but dedicated group of Sunshine State Young Reader Award readers, who read at least 5 of this year's award winning titles. The consensus was, The Wild Robot was the favorite book for students in grades 3-5. This mirrored the state results as well. Next year's lists are already posted on this site, on the Award Winning Books page. A little summer reading will put you ahead for next year. Happy reading!


Voting for the favorite Sunshine State Young Reader Award book has closed. Students from across the state in grades 3-5 chose The Wild Robot by Peter Brown. Students in grades 6-8 chose The War that Saved my Life by Kimberly Brubaker Bradley as their favorite. The new list for next year is posted on the Award Winning Books page. Get started this summer!





4th-6th graders, get ready for some T.O.A.S.T.! 

Author James Ponti will be visiting Wadsworth on Friday, Feb. 23rd to spread the gospel of T.O.A.S.T. (Theory of All Small Things) as he introduces you to his latest sleuth, Florian Bates, a 12- year-old boy, sought by the FBI for his uncanny ability to observe small things and solve mysteries. Ponti might also throw in a zombie or two!  Be prepared for an hour of humor and insight into the life of the illustrious James Ponti. Following each presentation, he will hang around to sign copies of his books for students. Purchase either Dead City or Vanished from the book fair on Thursday, Feb. 22. This will be an event you will never forget!

It's time to Paws for books at the SpringBook Fair!

Inspire and engage your children at the Spring Book Fair, Feb. 26-March 2 in the library. Preview day will be Thursday, February 22nd. Students will be able to purchase James Ponti's Dead City or Vanished book for autographing on Friday. The book fair will officially open on Monday, Feb. 26 and run through Friday, March 2. Be sure to join us at the Dr. Seuss family night, Thursday, March 1 from 5-7:30 p.m. in the cafeteria. In addition to the Book Fair, there will be games and food in celebration of the prolific Theodor Geisel.

To get a sneak peak at some of the books that will be available in the book fair, take a look at the Book Fair Homepage.

In addition, you can get a jump start with online shopping, available on the homepage. Any purchases made online will be shipped to the school, and the library will hand deliver your selections to your child.




Ebooks or print books?

Do you prefer eBooks or Print Books? Inquiring minds want to know. Please take a few minutes to take this survey. This will provide data about whether the library should buy more eBooks. Access the survey by clicking here.


School bookstore supports book purchases for the library.

Proper Care of iPads.

Now that Wadsworth students in 4th, 5th, and 6th grade have received their iPads, it is important that they know how to properly care for them. On Tuesday, Nov. 17th, during special area, Mrs. Craton presented an assembly on the proper care of iPads. Please click on the link to see the presentation. Parents and students should review this information together to ensure they understand how to take care of this valuable equipment. 




Breaking News: Students can now login to their Destiny account by using their computer login as their username and flagler is the password. Students can use their Destiny account to checkout ebooks and audiobooks on a laptop or iPad, as well as check their accounts and look up books in our library.



Wadsworth Library is now on Facebook.

Be sure to "like" the page to keep up on library activities and booktalks. Add your own recommendations and comment on others.