• New Books

    Spring has sprung!

    Spring has sprung! Check out the library’s expanding collection of gardening, sports, and cookbooks!   Succulents- Robin Stockwell “Succulents are the ultimate easy-care plant: versatile, effortless to grow both indoors and outdoors, and drought tolerant. From Aloe and Agaves, to Senecio and Taciveria, this handbook by leading garden expert Robin Stockwell highlights 200 of the easiest, most useful, and gorgeous plants, and shares advice on care and cultivation. Readers will find inspiration for imaginative and exciting new ways to use succulents in striking garden designs, containers, vertical walls, and indoor arrangements, as well as step-by-step projects, such as living bouquets and terrarium ornaments.” (from the back cover) Carrots Love Tomatoes-…

  • Library News

    Sunny Weather in Millville

    We have had some wonderfully sunny weather in Millville over the last few days, and all of our big windows are streaming in the sunshine! #ohrstromlibrary #iamsps #sunshine #window #robertamstern #spring

  • Library News,  Research

    Welcome, Spring Term!

    Ah, Spring!  More sun, more flowers and more research!   Yellow crocus outside of Clark House. Photograph. 15 March 2016.   As we enter into the most research-rich term, I am reminded of a Dan Rothstein quote, who encourages students (I would say all of us, really) to be viewing “libraries not as repositories​ of other people’s knowledge, but as a beginning point for ​organizing their thinking around what they don’t know.​”     Quote information: Dan Rothstein. Interview by Alison Head. Dan Rothstein: The Necessity of Asking Questions. Project Information Literacy, Smart Talk Interview, no. 24. 21 April 2015. Web. 21 March 2016.    

  • Library News

    Happy Spring!

    The library is looking forward to refreshing breezes, daffodils, and of course, spring term research! Welcome back and happy spring term! Photo by Jack W. Pearce

  • Nugalia

    March 26, 1894

    The fragrance of spring: Another school record broken!  A flower in full blossom (the skunk cabbage) was found by a botany walk on March 15.  This is the earliest date on which a flower has been found during the School’s history, and is a sure sign that spring will come a fortnight earlier than usual.