Asa Low Library

Mrs. Kim Simmons, Library Information Technology Educator
Hours: M-F, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
"Everything you need for a better future and success has already been written. And guess what? All you have to do is go to the library."
~Henri Frederick Amiel

Library Information and Book Check-Out Policy

Students come to the library regularly with their language arts teacher and with other teachers for research or other information-seeking activities. Students may check out two books at a time. All books may be checked out for two weeks and may be renewed on an as-needed basis. Students are encouraged to utilize the "Open Check Out" program which allows flexibility to visit the library individually on a more frequent basis.
The Asa Low Library catalog can be accessed from the classroom or home by visiting the Destiny Quest web site. Students may also access their account by using iTunes and Android Apps to access eBooks.
Parents, please help to ensure your child is a good library citizen and returns his/her book on time. Students will be charged the replacement cost of lost books or books that must be replaced because of severe damage.

Books & E-Books

Books & E-Books

Destiny Quest is your online library catalog. It is available 24/7.
BryteWave K-12 Edition is an app which is available in both iTunes and Android. It allows you to download your eBooks to your device for use away from WiFi access.
To access this app, you will need:
1) User Name (Student ID#)
2) Password (Last Name)
Destiny Quest App - available in iTunes and Android.
To complete set up of this app, you need:
1) Enter the Library URL:
2) Choose your District - Mansfield ISD
3) Choose your School - Asa Low
4) Enter User Name (Student ID#)
5) Enter Password (Last Name)



National Geographic Kids


Kids InfoBits


American West


American Indian Histories & Cultures



Student Resources & Links

Student Resources & Links

Presentation Tools and Collaboration Tools 

Websites to help with collaboration, presentations and with saving and sharing documents.

Award-Winning Books

What should I read next?

Research Links and More


Teacher Resources