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Media Center

Our Library

The Media Center at Hunter Kinard Tyler Middle/High School serves sixth through twelfth-grade students. Students are encouraged to visit the library during their lunch, recess, and homeroom period to check out books, complete assignments, and participate in library programs.

The library's goal is to provide all students with opportunities to create, code, and explore interests and realities different from their own. In addition to helping students, the library staff is eager to assist teachers with planning or enhancing lessons and providing parents with additional resources to promote reading at home or help with technology. 

Feel free to reach out if you want more information or have any questions. We are happy to help!

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South Carolina Young Adult Book Award Nominees

by Various Authors Year Published: 2023-2025

2023-2024 South Carolina Young Adult Book Award Nominees

Nominated titles include:

-African Town, by Irene Latham & Charles Walters

-The City Beautiful, by Aden Polydoros

-All of Us Villains, by Amanda Foody & Christine Lynn Herman

-The Cost of Knowing, by Brittney Morris

-Beasts of Prey, by Ayana Gray

-Enduring Freedom, by Jawad Arash & Trent Reedy

-Bluebird, by Sharon Cameron

-Every Single Lie, by Rachel Vincent

-The Girls I've Been, by Tess Sharpe

-Lies Like Wildfire, by Jennifer Lynn Alvarez

-Huda F Are You, by Huda Fahmy

-Luck of the Titanic, by Stacey Lee

-In the Wild Light, by Jeff Zentner

-Project Hail Mary, by Andy Weir

-A Lesson in Vengeance, by Victoria Lee

-The Quantum Weirdness of the Almost Kiss, by Amy Noelle Parks

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South Carolina Junior Book Award Nominees

by Various Authors Year Published: 2023-2024 Nominees

South Carolina Junior Book Award Nominees

2023-2024 nominated titles include:

-365 Days to Alaska, by Cath Carr

-Across the Desert, by Dusti Bowling

-Ahmed Aziz's Epic Year, by Nina Hamza

-Cuba in My Pocket, by Adriana Cuevas

-Eddie Whatever, by Lois Ruby

-Fallout, by Steven Sheinkin

-Fast Pitch, by Nic Stone

-Flight of the Puffin, by Ann Braden

-Linked, by Gordon Korman

-Now You Say Yes, by Bill Harley

- Lines of Courage, by Jennifer Nielsen

-An Occasionally Happy Family, by Cluff Burke

-The Lions of Mars, by Jennifer L. Holm

-Playing the Cards You're Dealt, by Varian Johnson

-Maizy Chen's Last Chance, by Lisa Yee

-Rivals, by Tom Greenwald

Technology Tip

To protect your device's screen:

1. Do not place your device on uneven surfaces where it may fall.

2. Keep the device in its protective case.

3. Do not leave your device on the floor unattended.

4. Do not place your device on the floorboards in a car where it could get stepped on.