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“Red” Anything Good Lately?

This week’s recommendations- books with red covers:

Senior: Insignia; Young Sherlock Holmes: Red Leech; Stephen Hawking: A Life in Science; The All-mountain Skier; The Master and Margarita; How Long is a Piece of String?

Middle: Malice; Meteorite Strike; Hot Bikes; Paws and Whiskers; Osbert; What Are We Fighting For?

Junior: The Legend of the Worst Boy in the World; Knights in Armour; Mr. Gum and the Cherry Tree; Rabbit Racer; The Mad Miscellany; Revenge of the Fancy-Pants Time Pirate

October 1st, 2018|

Open Mic at the Library

St. George’s library held its first Open Mic event of the school year after lunch on 24 September. Classical, contemporary, and jazz music were performed, as well as a dramatic monologue. The next Open Mic will take place on 5 November. Sign up in the library!

September 25th, 2018|

Banned Books Week

This week’s recommendations- “Banned Book Week” (books that are frequently challenged in schools and libraries):

Senior: To Kill a Mockingbird; I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings; Persepolis; The Hunger Games (series); Lord of the Flies; The Kite Runner

Middle: Harry Potter (series); Sex, Puberty, and All That Stuff; Drama; His Dark Materials (series); This One Summer; Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret

Junior: Captain Underpants (series); James and the Giant Peach; Emil the Detective; The Witches; Goosebumps (series)

September 21st, 2018|

Books on the Arts

This week’s recommendations- the Arts:

Senior: Miles Davis: The Definitive Biography; Realism; Photocrafty; Great Designs

Middle: The Usborne Introduction to Modern Art; The World of Music; Get Into Art: Animals; Calligraphy Techniques

Junior: Black History Makers: Musicians; Famous Paintings; What is Contemporary Art?; Big Book of Things to Draw

September 14th, 2018|

Walk in Their Shoes…

This week’s recommendations- biographies:

Senior: I Am Malala; Elie Wiesel; A Long Way Gone; The Way I See It

Middle: Anthony Horowitz; Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl; Campaigners; Gandhi

Junior: J.K. Rowling; Martin Luther King, Jr.; Malorie Blackman; Tim Berners-Lee

September 10th, 2018|

New Books!

This week’s recommendations- recent acquisitions:

Senior: City of Fallen Angels; Murder on the Orient Express; It Only Happens in the Movies; and Lord of the Flies

Middle: Space, Stars, and Slimy Aliens; The Maddie Diaries; Awkward; and Stolen With Style

Junior: The Case of the Sneaky Snowman; Super Diaper Baby; The Day She Saved the Doctor; and the Complete Children’s Cookbook

September 2nd, 2018|

Welcome back!

Stop by the library to see the exciting changes that have taken place over the summer! And don’t forget to check out our Incredible books!

September 1st, 2018|

Summer Reading List

Spend your summer visiting faraway places, meeting intriguing people, and going on exciting adventures! All you need is a great book and your imagination! Check out the book recommendations provided by your teachers, librarian, and classmates. Download the PDF on top right of this page.

June 10th, 2018|

All books due!

Please remember to bring all library books back by Monday, 11 June! Check in your lockers, in your backpacks, and at home 🙂

June 10th, 2018|

New Books!

Get some reading in before the library closes for the summer! New titles include: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Model Undercover, Jokelpedia, 39 Clues (Cahills vs. Vespers), The Dead Zone, Space, Stars, and Slimy Aliens, Awkward, City of Lost Souls, Thea Stilton, Jane Eyre, and more!

May 21st, 2018|

Free Audiobooks for Teens

Sync (audiobooksync.com) is a free audiobooks summer program for teens. Two free audiobooks per week are available from April to July. Just download the Overdrive app (overdrive.com) to your smartphone/ tablet/ computer, download your free books, and you’re ready to read!

May 1st, 2018|

St. George’s Archives

The St. George’s Digital Collection is now live! Check out the Archives page from the main navigation menu of the library website. This is an ongoing collaborative project involving the History Department, the History Club, and the Library. Archival materials are digitized and made available online to our global community. A special thanks goes to Youssef Sedra, who has kindly offered his photographic expertise.

April 24th, 2018|