MOUNT ROYAL ELEMENTARY/MIDDLE SCHOOL
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"Champions for Children"
LIBRARY AT MOUNT ROYAL
We have added over 3,000 books to the school library including:
Everybody Books (for beginning readers)
Graphic Novels (book-length comics)
Searching the Collection
Did you know you can search the entire library collection using Destiny for the school library? Simply enter a subject, title, author or topic and see what books we have at-a-glance in the below the search box.
ENOCH PRATT LIBRARY
Your journey starts here! A Pratt library card gives you access to everything from books, eBooks, and audiobooks to movies and music.
All Pratt buildings are currently closed because of COVID-19, however contactless Sidewalk Services are available at select locations.
Enoch Pratt closet to Mount Royal: Located at the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and North Avenue, the Pennsylvania Avenue branch serves the Sandtown-Winchester, Penn-North, Druid Heights, Mondawmin, Upton, Reservoir Hill, Bolton Hill, Madison Park, and Parkview/Woodbrook areas. The branch opened its doors in 1953. For more information and to locate the branch closest to you, CLICK HERE.
Maryland residents can register for an eCard to get instant access to eBooks, eAudiobooks, streaming media, and databases. For more information or to apply for an eCard, CLICK HERE.
Virtual Learning at the Pratt
Go back to school with the Pratt! Let the Library help you with virtual learning, homeschooling, and more. These Pratt Library resources can help students of all ages stay busy and keep learning during this unprecedented time. With a Pratt Library card, students can read, listen, and watch a wide variety of educational and entertaining material to enrich virtual learning, homeschooling, and more. CLICK HERE for more information.
CLICK HERE for more Digital Resources for Students and Families.
Students may check out the following number of books at a time:
K - 1st Grade – one book
2nd - 8th Grades – two books
Students may borrow books for 2 weeks at time.
Students may not check out new books if they have not returned all of the books they have previously checked out.
Students are responsible for keeping the library books they borrow free from loss and damage.