• Welcome to Southeast's Library Site

    Come see us in person and get a book.  Also, you can get passwords for online resources at NCWiseowl, just call or come by.

    Dana DeHart
    Media Specialist
    Link to SE library catalog.  Login with Google.
    GREAT books the SE library staff recommends:

     Roar, by Emma Clayton

    The Ghost in the Tokaido Inn, by Dorothy & Thomas Hoobler (mystery, involves the Samurai!)

    Good Night Mr. Tom, by Michelle Magorian (WWII England, heart-wrenching story)

    Fever 1793, by Laurie Halse Anderson (Historical Fiction--Yellow Fever, set in Early America)

    Last Shot: A Final Four Mystery, by John Feinstein (Basketball story)

    Tangerine by Edward Bloor (Soccer story with lots of mystery)

    Cuba 15, by Nancy Osa (great coming of age story—will Violet have a Quinceañera party?)

    Schooled, by Gordon Korman

    The City of Ember, by Jeanne DuPrau ("Books of Ember" series, great science fiction books)

    Surviving the Applewhites--(ever wish you could change yourself? Maybe you can!) 

    My Life in Dog Years, by Gary Paulsen (autobiography by a real dog-lover--great story)

    Bystander, by James Preller (about bullying—super)

    Wednesday Wars, by Gary Schmidt (set on the homefront in USA during the Vietnam War)

    A Tree Grows in Brooklyn, by Betty Smith (challenging book—great historical fiction set in

                early 20th Century New York)


    Remember, if you go to our SE library catalog, you can read the description and subject headings for these books.  PLUS you can click on the subject headings and get other titles to read that are on the same topic!

Last Modified on October 16, 2023