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Plano Senior High School Library
is your LINK to literacy and research!

On Campus: Upper level bldg C
Online: to http://001.catalog.pisd.edu


Contact Information:

PSHS Library 469-752-9328

Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM, Closed weekend and holidays.

Deborah Sellars Librarian 469 752-9327
Linda Bamback Library Assistant 469 752-9428
Bill Youngblood Senior Campus Technology Assistant 469 752-9306
Brandon McElvy Campus Technology Assistant 469 752-9446

PSHS Book Club

The Book Club is open to anyone. If you enjoy reading, writing,
and/or talking about books, you'll love this club!

We meet the first Wednesday of each month in the LIBRARY
(Room C 205) during your LUNCH.

You may bring your food and eat in the library during our meetings.

No Dues!

You pick what you read!

Scheduled Fall Meetings:
September 3rd (sign-up)
October 1st – Horror
November 5th – Favorite Author
December 3rd - Meet to discuss service project and fall semester social
December 17th: Fall Semester Social from 1:30 - 2:30

Service Project Info:
Our Book Drive runs from December 1st through December 5th!
We are collecting new and gently used children's books. We also want books for young adults and adult level readers.
Books will be donated to:
Retired Teachers' Association, Plano Chapter
Friends of the Plano Public Libraries.

Staff Book Club

If you enjoy reading books, thinking about books, or talking about books, then join with other staff members as we get together for dinner and conversation (mostly about books!).


When do we meet?
Four times a year, twice in the fall and twice in the spring

What do we read?
The members nominate, vote and select the books

Where do we meet?
In a restaurant that is related to the theme of the book (loosely interpreted of course)
We try to find locations that aren't far from campus. Last year, for example, the staff book club met at a "haunted" restaurant in downtown Plano when we read The Heart Shaped Box by Joe Hill for our October selection. We met at BJ's Brewhouse for our February selection because the main character ran an underground brewery out of an Irish castle.

What time do we meet?
5:00 PM

How long do the meetings last?
Usually an hour to an hour and a half

What if I can't meet during one of the four scheduled meetings?
No problem, we'll see you at the next meeting

Here are the winners for the first two meetings:
1st book is In the Woods by Tana French
2nd book is The Boy Who Drew Monsters by Keith Donohue

Summaries :

In the Woods:

As dusk approaches a small Dublin suburb in the summer of 1984, mothers begin to call their children home. But on this warm evening, three children do not return from the dark and silent woods. When the police arrive, they find only one of the children gripping a tree trunk in terror, wearing blood-filled sneakers, and unable to recall a single detail of the previous hours.

Twenty years later, the found boy, Rob Ryan, is a detective on the Dublin Murder Squad and keeps his past a secret. But when a twelve-year-old girl is found murdered in the same woods, he and Detective Cassie Maddox—his partner and closest friend—find themselves investigating a case chillingly similar to the previous unsolved mystery. Now, with only snippets of long-buried memories to guide him, Ryan has the chance to uncover both the mystery of the case before him and that of his own shadowy past.

The Boy Who Drew Monsters:

From the New York Times bestselling author of The Stolen Child comes a hypnotic literary horror novel about a young boy trapped inside his own world, whose drawings blur the lines between fantasy and reality.
Ever since he nearly drowned in the ocean three years earlier, ten-year-old Jack Peter Keenan has been deathly afraid to venture outdoors. Refusing to leave his home in a small coastal town in Maine, Jack Peter spends his time drawing monsters. When those drawings take on a life of their own, no one is safe from the terror they inspire. His mother, Holly, begins to hear strange sounds in the night coming from the ocean, and she seeks answers from the local Catholic priest and his Japanese housekeeper, who fill her head with stories of shipwrecks and ghosts. His father, Tim, wanders the beach, frantically searching for a strange apparition running wild in the dunes. And the boy's only friend, Nick, becomes helplessly entangled in the eerie power of the drawings. While those around Jack Peter are haunted by what they think they see, only he knows the truth behind the frightful occurrences as the outside world encroaches upon them all.

In the tradition of The Turn of the Screw, Keith Donohue's The Boy Who Drew Monsters is a mesmerizing tale of psychological terror and imagination run wild, a perfectly creepy read for a dark night.

Summaries taken from BarnesandNoble.Com (2014)

Students, the library offers

Free NHS peer tutoring

every Tuesday and Thursday during zero hour and seventh period.
Stop by the library if you need help in the following math or science classes:

Algebra I and II



Ap Calculus AB


Physics Honors

Ap Biology

If you have any questions, stop by the library and see Mrs. Sellars!

Updated 12/10/2014