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Ways To Choose a Book

1.  Don't judge by the cover alone.

2.  Read the summary on the book.

3.  Read the first paragraph in the book.

4.  Find a favorite genre or book type.

5.  Read a book series.

6.  Choose a book by a well-known author.

7.  Use the five-finger test.

8.  Tell your librarian about some books you've enjoyed and ask for more suggestions.

9.  Read book that was made into a movie.

10. Ask your friends and teacher for suggestions.


    Interactive books

Tumble Books


Search the Stacks!

For a FULL CATALOG (or advance) search, click on the book stack below:

For a more general search, enter a keyword below to begin your search.  Select the drop-down menu for other search methods (author, subject, etc.):

Databases & eBooks

Where are you?


If you are at home, use your student ID# as your username and the last four digits of your student ID# as your password.

Lost or damaged books?

Mrs. Kyser loves connecting kids with books!

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Elizabeth Kyser
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Providence Elementary School
11001 West Providence Road
Richmond, VA 23236
(804) 674-1345
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I wish we had this book in our library....

Do you wish we had a book here at our Providence ES library? Click on the link below and fill out the form. Mrs. Kyser will read each idea! She loves seeing what you want to read and how she can help get what YOU want to read!

eBooks You Can Read Now!



USERNAME: Student number   

PSWRD:  Last four digits


  Mission Statement

The mission of the Chesterfield County Public School libraries is to empower students and staff through the direction and guidance of certified school librarians to become critical thinkers, enthusiastic readers, skillful researchers and ethical users/creators of information in support of student achievement in a global environment.

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