• There’s a new way for PUSD students to get access to free eBooks and audiobooks in the library’s collection, and it doesn’t even require a Pasadena Public Library card! Through a partnership between Overdrive and Sora, and Pasadena Public Library and PUSD, students can now check out books from the library’s Overdrive collection using the

  • We’re pleased to announce the winners of the Dream Catcher Story Contest. Writers were challenged to tell us a story in 300 words or less that is inspired by dreams or capturing dreams.  Special thanks to our judges:  Natassia Mendez, Jesse Roth, Nick Smith, and Jasmine Sov. Here are the winners and honorable mentions. Click

  • Dream Catcher Story Contest 1st place (Category 1: grades 3-5)   “Catching Dreams to Be the Dream” by Madeleine Cham Age 11, Grade 5        Once upon a time, there was a little girl who wished to catch dreams. Every night, she left a glass jar by her bed to catch them. Her dreams sent

  • Dream Catcher Story Contest 2nd place (Category 1: grades 3-5)   “Dreams” by Penelope Vuong Age 11, Grade 5        Ava went out to her backyard to look at her dream catcher. It had been going all morning, sucking each bad dream that roamed around in the air. The dream catcher was a small box

  • Dream Catcher Story Contest 3rd place (Category 1: grades 3-5)   “What Happens In The Night” by Zoe Beheshti Age 9, Grade 3     When the moon will rise And the stars will shine Many people will whisper “Star light, be mine.”   But what’s going on? What’s behind what it seems? Have you