• Welcome To The

    Rucker Library 



    Rucker is excited to welcome illustrator, AG Ford!

    AG Ford

    AG FORD  is a New York Times Bestselling Children's book Illustrator and recipient of two NAACP Image Awards.  He grew up in Dallas, Texas and quickly understood his ability to recreate what he saw with a pencil and paper. Ford attended The Columbus College of Art and Design majoring in illustration.  He has illustrated picture books for Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Sharon Robinson, Ilyasah Shabazz, Martin Luther King III, Nick Cannon, Jonah Winter, The Archbishop Desmond Tutu and many others.   Mr. Ford has 15 published children's books with publishers such as HarperCollins, Simon & Schuster, Scholastics and Candlewick Press.  He lives in Frisco, TX with his lovely wife Brandy and their son Maddox.

    He will be visiting Rucker Elementary on Monday, December 4th!




     Rucker Library Mission Statement

    The Rucker Elementary Library provides an environment that encourages intellectual curiosity and personal enjoyment reading. The library offers a rich variety of print and electronic resources necessary to enrich and support educational programs and the certified library media specialist works collaboratively to provide the services necessary to satisfy the evolving informational and recreational needs of the students, faculty, and staff. 


    • Overdue/Lost Books

      Students with any overdue book(s) will not be allowed to borrow from the library until the overdue item(s) has/have been returned or paid for if lost.  The cost of a lost book is the price of the book - see the library assistant for this price. Overdue notices will be sent via email to the email address on file.  

      Lost Book Refunds

      In the event that a student has paid for a lost book, then finds the book at a later date, a refund may only be issued up to two weeks after the date of payment.  After two weeks the money has been deposited and the library will utilize those funds to purchase a replacement copy of the lost book.  At this point, the student may choose to return the book as a donation to the library or keep the book as they have already paid for it.


      Overdue Fines
      Prosper ISD Libraries do not charge fines for overdue books.