Welcome to St. George’s International School Library!
Harry Potter challenge
Help St. George’s School set a world record! Donate a Harry Potter book translated into one of 79 different languages. For more information, click here.
Review a book
Submit the form below, or download a book review form and submit it to your English teacher!
Book wish list
Add a book to our wish list! Fill out and submit the form below. (View our wish lists here.)
Year 3 Wins Door Contest
The Junior School corridor looks amazing! Check out the entries for the Book Week Door Decorating Contest!
*1st place: Miss Daly’s class (James & the Giant Peach)
*Highly Commended: Mrs. McKay (The Jungle Book) & Ms. Walker’s (Alice in Wonderland) classes
Literary Quiz Winners
Bravo to Mr. Ward’s Senior School tutor group, Ms. Walker’s Middle School tutor group, and Miss Reid’s Junior School class, who took the prizes for the Book Week Literary Quiz! Please check the library bulletin board for correct quiz answers.
Usborne Book Fair and Dress Up Day
Junior and Middle School students raised 400 CHF to donate to the “Do Not Read This” literacy campaign. Children dressed up as literary characters visited the Usborne Book Fair, which was a big success!
Extreme Reading Winner!
Congratulations to Penelope and Alice, winners of the Extreme Reading photo competition!!
Book Week 5-9 March
St. George’s Book Week on 5-9 March is coming up! Competitions, activities, and displays are planned to celebrate reading and books.
Usborne Book Fair (8 March)
Dress up as literary character (8 March)
Extreme Reading Photo Contest (submissions by 5 March)
Shakespearean drama video montage (submissions by 6 March)
Door decorating competition (judging on 6 March)
Literary quizzes (5, 7, & 8 March)
Smithsonian Tween Tribune: Check out articles on animals, fashion, entertainment, school, science, technology, and national and world news. Written by kids and professional journalists. 4 age groups: Years 1 to 13.
Featured online resource
Here is one of the many resources accessible from the St. George’s library website.
Discovering Antarctica: Interactive website from the Royal Geographical Society and British Antarctic Survey.
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