Phone: 256.741.6605


Degrees and Certifications:

BS in Elementary Education MS in Library Sciences

Mrs. Temeah Harrelson

I knew from an early age that I was called to be a teacher.  I began my teaching career at Saks Middle School in 1996.  I moved to PVE in 2003 and taught 2nd and 3rd grade.  I have been the librarian at PVES for 12 years.  I am so blessed to be able to serve the kiddos in our community through the library.  

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Book Recommendations

  • Wishtree

    by Kristina Applegate Year Published: 2017

    "Warm and thoughtful, this story is told from the perspective of an ancient oak tree who has seen it all. Bestselling author Katherine Applegate gets readers rooting for the old tree, along with the people and animals who come to depend on it. The shorter length and strong plot are appealing for middle grade readers who are growing into novels with less illustrated narrative and more complex subject matter

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  • Pax

    by Sara Pennypacker Year Published: 2016

    Pax and Peter have been inseparable ever since Peter rescued him as a kit. But one day, the unimaginable happens: Peter's dad enlists in the military and makes him return the fox to the wild.

    At his grandfather's house, three hundred miles away from home, Peter knows he isn't where he should be—with Pax. He strikes out on his own despite the encroaching war, spurred by love, loyalty, and grief, to be reunited with his fox.

    Meanwhile Pax, steadfastly waiting for his boy, embarks on adventures and discoveries of his own. . . .

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  • Crenshaw

    by Kristina Applegate Year Published: 2017

    Jackson and his family have fallen on hard times. There's no more money for rent. And not much for food, either. His parents, his little sister, and their dog may have to live in their minivan. Again.

    Crenshaw is a cat. He's large, he's outspoken, and he's imaginary. He has come back into Jackson's life to help him. But is an imaginary friend enough to save this family from losing everything?

    Beloved author Katherine Applegate proves in unexpected ways that friends matter, whether real or imaginary.

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  • War that Saved Me

    by Kimberly Bradley Year Published: 2016 Historical Fiction
    Gr 4–6—Since she was born with a twisted foot, 10-year-old Ada has never been allowed to leave the one-room London apartment she shares with her mother and younger brother, Jamie. Mam is mortified by Ada's foot, and she physically and emotionally abuses Ada, withholding food, locking her in a cupboard, and forcing Ada to crawl on the floor instead of supplying her with crutches. But when Ada learns Jamie will be shipped out of London in case the city is bombed by the Germans, Ada sneaks away with him, freeing herself from her mother's cruelty and discovering a world she never before imagined for herself. The two children are sent to live in the country with Susan Smith, a woman who is still reeling from the death of her close friend, and who initially isn't keen on taking them in. As the story progresses, however, Ada and Jamie slowly begin to trust Susan, and Susan opens her heart to them.
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  • Wonder

    by R. J. Palacio Year Published: 2012 Realistic Fiction
    August, nicknamed Auggie, is a 10-year-old with a facial deformity that causes others to avoid and even shun him. When he enters a mainstream school, Auggie must learn to cope with difficult new situations and new people. The narrative is told from the perspectives of Auggie, his new friends, his sister, and her boyfriend.
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