Library Books and News Archives

2024

  • May

    Read Magazines on Sora!

    Browse full issues of popular, hobby, and identity based magazines through the Dalton Libraries on Sora.



    Click here to view the options above and access Sora!
  • Access Your Library Account

    Not sure which books your child(ren) have out from the library? You can now access their accounts to find out! Follow these step-by-step instructions to view their checkouts and due dates in real time. Now, it’s easier than ever to keep track of your library books!
  • Calling All Library Books!

    With summer break fast approaching, it's time to gather all your library books!

    All FP books are due back by Friday, May 24th (the day of the Spring Fair).

    Not sure what books your family has checked out? Follow these steps to see your account!

    If any books are missing, please don’t worry. Just contact librarians Christine Nassar (cnassar@dalton.org) or Jordy Samuels (jsamuels@dalton.org) so we can work together to replace the missing books.

    Once all books have been returned, students may start borrowing extra books to keep over the summer.
  • April

    Breanna Carzoo visiting FP!

    Author/Illustrator Breanna Carzoo Will be Visiting FP on Thursday, April 25! Mark your calendars.

    Breanna Carzoo's first picture book, Lou, was the winner of the 2023 Dalton Award, which FP students voted on last spring. Her visit will prepare K-3 students for this year's book vote, when they will have to once again elect the best picture book of the year.
  • Spring Break Best Reads

    Welcome back from Spring Break!

    Here are some books that our High School students recommend from their Spring Break reading piles!
  • Second Graders Fix Makerspace Table

    When the makerspace table broke, some House 24 heroes took it upon themselves to fix it for us!  They went through several iterations, trying out different materials, and labbed with various teachers, before collaborating with some high school students to create a beautiful end result. Thankfully, our makerspace has now been returned to it's former glory!

    Special thanks to Laura Zanes of art, Dan Musick of the 89th street woodshop, Elmedin Hadzic from facilities, and high schoolers Hannah Diker and Hannah Wang.
  • March

    Celebrate Women's History Month

  • February

    February Book Selections

    The HS Library celebrates Black History Month!  We have many new and classic books by black authors on display for you to check out: see titles from this extended digital list.

    And some exciting Genre fiction titles new to the HS Library for all to enjoy!
  • January

    ALA Youth Media Awards in the MS Library