Book Club


We love to read and talk about books. 






 Magazine Room in the library

It's a Jungle Out There So Come to the Bookfair! March 13th-20th

Mesa Ridge High School Library is hosting a bookfair!

  • February 27th- March 20th the eWallet is available. Don't want your student to lose the money you give them? Try our new eWallet! Create an account, add your money, and your student can spend that amount at the fair! Any money not spent is returned to your card. Go to to set it up.
  • March 7th is the start of online shopping. You will need to shop from our scholastic homepage for your purchase to count towards our school total. 
  • March 13th is the first day of the Book fair.  Come shop for books or knick-knacks! If you work in D3, for every five books you buy you get the sixth free! (must have district I.D. when checking out)
  • March 18th from 5-8 pm is our family night! Bring your families to shop the fair, enter a raffle for a cool prize, and meet Rex the T-Rex. 
  • March 18th is also Safari/Jungle day (spirit day). Students and staff may pay a dollar to dress up in safari/jungle gear. Keep your eyes peeled I hear there could be some T-rexes roaming the halls that day! All money made goes to the library to buy books and is matched by Scholastic to be donated to one of their charities for students in need.
  • March 20th is the last day of the fair. You will be able to shop at the fair in the morning and online all day.
To shop online or get information on our bookfair check out our Homepage at 
book fair jungle theme logo

Learn about the e-Wallet!

Club Members

President: Ronald
Vice President: Janelle
Treasurer: Emily
Secretary: Jonathen
Sponsors: Mrs. Walker and Ms. Garrett

What We Are Reading Now!

Book cover of Girl stolen by april henry. Image is a girl with her hands over her face with script on her forehead reading "please let me go, I won't tell"


Henry, April. “Girl, Stolen.” APRIL HENRY, WRITER,

" Sixteen-year-old Cheyenne Wilder is asleep in the back of her mom's car when it's stolen from the pharmacy parking lot. Cheyenne is not only sick with pneumonia—she's also blind. Griffin, the teenager who was stealing packages out of parked cars, hadn't meant to kidnap her; he just impulsively stole the car with her in it. But once Griffin's dad finds out that Cheyenne's father is the president of Nike, everything changes—now there's a reason to keep her. Will Cheyenne be able to survive this harrowing ordeal and escape? And if so, at what price? "

Henry, April. “Girl, Stolen.” APRIL HENRY, WRITER,