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Good news! You can now access NoodleTools through your FCPS Google Apps for Education. After signing in to your Google Apps account, click on the waffle icon in the top right-hand corner. You'll find the NoodleTools icon in the "More" apps section. The first time you sign-in this year, you'll need to confirm that you either have an existing account or that you are a new user and create a new account.

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Take a look at the library's Research Guides by subject area. All the guides contain fantastic resources and helpful research tips targeted to specific assignments. Meet with a librarian for personalized research help during 8th period. Email us at library@tjhsst.edu.

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Book & Author Events

September 14: Linnea Hartsuyker, YA author of The Half-Drowned King, a saga of Viking legend and myth, will discuss her book at One More Page Books in Arlington from 7 to 8 pm.

September 17: Jodie Meadows, YA author, discusses her book of fantasy and dragons, Before She Ignites, at One More Page Books in Arlington from 3 to 4 pm. Joining her will be YA authors Martina Boone, author of the Heirs of Watson Island series and pending new book Bell of Eternity, and YA author Lisa Maxwell, writer of Unhooked and The Last Magician.

September 19: L. M. Elliott, best-selling author of Suspect Red, at the Reston Town Center at 7 pm.

September 20: John Pfordresher, English professor at Georgetown University and author of The Secret History of Jane Eyre discusses Charlotte Bronte's writing of this book and why she vehemently denied writing it afterwards. At Arlington's Central Library from 7 to 8:30 pm.

September 24: Moscow's Haunted House of Government. Historian Yuri Slezkine and Peter Baker, White House correspondent for the New York Times and former Washington Post bureau chief in Moscow, discuss Slezkine's book, The House of Government: A Saga of the Russian Revolution. Smithsonian's Ripley Center at 10 am. Tickets required.

September 29: Young Adult Panel: Time Warp. Authors Ryan Graudin, Invictus and Wolf by Wolf, Caroline Richmond, The Darkest Hour and The Only Thing to Fear, and Linsday Smth, A Darkly Beating Heart discuss "time travel, espionage, adventure, revenge, and more!" at One More Page Books in Arlington from 7 to 8 pm.






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