Contact: Elizabeth Moseley  334-284-3771  


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Welcome to the Library


About the Library


The MacMillan Elementary Library provides information services to students, faculty and the school community. It strives to develop the skills necessary to encourage children to develop a never ending love of reading and empower them with skills and experiences to become self-reliant lifelong learners.

Library Hours and Staffing

During the School Year:

Monday-Friday 9:00am-3:40pm

Our library operates on a split fixed and flexible schedule. This means there are structured times of teaching, as well as time for the students to come into the library as needed. If the teachers need extra time for research, they may schedule additional visits for their class.
Library Schedule MacMillan 17-18.docx




Book Check Out

Students may come to the library at anytime to check out a book. Books may be checked out for one week and renewed as needed. Parents are welcome to borrow after signing in at the office.

Kindergarten-one book

Grades 1-5- two books

More books may be checked out under special circumstances.

Lost/Damaged Books

No late fines will be assessed. If a book is misplaced and can't be found, the student should notify the librarian as soon as possible. A student may not check out a book if he/she has an overdue, damaged, or lost book until the book has been paid for or found.


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Special Projects


imgFamily Life Collection: Parents and guardians have easy access to a collection of DVD's, books, magazines and pamphlets on topics of concern to families. Videos such as "Common Sense Parenting", and "Active Parenting" can provide helpful hints. Any parent or guardian is welcome to check out these materials. This collection is a recognition of the fact that effective parenting helps prepare our students for success.

imgBook Adventure is an online program used with K-2nd grade.  Students may take tests at home by visiting Book Adventure.  Students can get their logon information from their homeroom teacher. This program will be ending in June.  We will use it the remainder of this school year.

Whooo's Reading is an online program used with 3rd-5th grades. Students may take tests at home by visiting Whooo's Reading. Students can get their logon information from their homeroom teacher. 


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Links to Look for Books




Magazines On-Line

Caldecott Books

Newberry Books

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Super3 Research for K-1

Checking Your Research K-1

Big6 Research for 3-6

Checking your Paper



Easybib link

How To Do Research

Search Engines

Alabama Virtual Library

Other Libraries

How to do Research


Decide on a topic
What words will you be looking for?
What subjects are related?
What type of sources do you need?


Search Engines for Kids
Awesome Library
ThinkQuest Library

Search Engines for Teachers
Federal Resources for Educational Excellence
Education World

General Search Engines

GOOGLE Yahoo! Dogpile


Montgomery Public Library
Library of Congress Home Page
Auburn University Libraries
Auburn University of Montgomery Library
Alabama State University Library
Huntingdon College -- Houghton Memorial Library
University of Alabama Libraries

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Web Quest


Kindergarten - Second Grade


Third - Fifth Grade


Third - Fifth

 Christmas Around the World  Plates and Weather  Weather
 Animal Habitats  Explorers  Grade Oceans
 Dinosaurs  Indian Tour Guide at the Museum  Alabama Indians
 Butterfly  Christmas Around the World  Black History
 How is it Made?  The Journal  Wold War II
 Country Study  Living in the USA  Genre Study
 Thanksgiving  Solar System  Costa Rica
 Animal Adaptation  Conflict and Change  Civil War