• Welcome to the Riverwood Middle School
    Media Center Webpage!

    Sarah Lee and Lisa Eichelberger, Media Coordinators


     Book Fair Coming Soon!!!

    October 28th - November 4th

    Online Shopping October 20th - November 2nd

    Check Out the details at 

    Our Book Fair Website


    Keep Reading With Even More Choices!

    NC Cardinal




     - A Collaboration with the

    Public Library of Johnston County and Smithfield (PLJCS)

     that gives students and teachers access

    to electronic resources, books, audiobooks, and other resources

    available through the public library using their Student ID.


    Here's how to log in!  

    Here's a list of resource links!

    Here are some frequently asked questions!


     Check out all of the books, including Battle of the Book books,

    available in the

    Logo for NC Kids Digital Library

    - a resource through the PLJS!

    Click here is access NC Kids Digital Library



    Check out our school's digital books!!!  Destiny Discover offers ebooks, print books, and research all in one place!

     *To access these books in a browser go to wbb33565.follettshelf.com or you can choose the Destiny Discover link from the JCS Student Online Connections or the link from our media center website. Then use the same username and password that you use on a media center or computer lab computer at our school.

     * You can download the Destiny Discover app from your app store. After you download, you will need to choose the location (North Carolina) and the school (Riverwood Middle). You will need to login with your username and password, which is the same username and password that you use on a media center or computer lab computer at our school.

    Destiny Discover App Image

    Destiny Discover Follett School Solutions, Inc.

    For Apple
    For Android

    You voted and here's the winner of the

    North Carolina Young Adult Book Awards!  

    by Jason Reynolds


    Newbery Medal: “Merci Suarez Changes Gears” written by Meg  Medina

    Coretta Scott King Award: “A Few Red Drops” written by Claire Hartfield

    Pura Belpre Award: “The Poet X” written by Elizabeth Acevedo

    For more ALA winners, visit: http://www.ala.org