"A “Works Cited” page is the very last page of an essay, project, or report. It is a list of the resources that were used in researching and acquiring new information for an assignment. When using formats other than MLA (Modern Language Association), this page is sometimes called “References” or “Bibliography.” (LaBarca)
"To learn how to cite more complicated sources like interviews, movies, or even tweets, head over to the Purdue OWL Style Guides website. It also contains a lot of great information regarding in-text citations and adding long quotes to essays." (LaBarca)
This site has been created to share book trailers of books now available in the middle school library. In the navigation bar on the left side of the screen a variety of subject and genre categories have been created to help make your search easier.