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May 2019

More New Books!

May 3rd, 2019|

This week’s recommendations- “More New Books!”

Senior: Choreography and Dance in Theater; Brief Answers to the Big Questions; Educated; Are Graphic Music Lyrics Harmful?; Cold War Capitalism; How to Draw Like a Fashion Designer

Middle: Five Epic Disasters; Physics: Understanding the Properties of Matter and Energy; Abracadabra; The Survival Guide to Bullying; Women, Minorities, and Changing Social Structures; D.I.Y. Bake Sale

Junior: Gross Facts About Vikings; How to Live Like a Stone-Age Hunter; Urban Legends: Mary Celeste; Machines and Weaponry of World War I; Simple Machines; Rivers and Mountains

April 2019

New Books!

April 26th, 2019|

This week’s recommendations- “New Books!”

Senior: Heads Up Psychology; Mass Media; Guerrilla Warfare; Suffragettes; All the News Unfit to Print; The Native American Struggle

Middle: How to Beat Psychological Bullying; Why’d They Wear That?; The Tween Book; Changing Roles, Changing Lives; Manchester United; Miles to go for Freedom

Junior: Investigating a Car Crash; Monsters of the Deep; 50 Brain Games; The Highest Mountains; Gnarly Sports Injuries; Energy and Movement

March 2019

New Fiction

March 29th, 2019|

This week’s recommendations- “New Fiction”

Senior: The Hate U Give; The Manifesto on How to Be Interesting; The Gentlemen’s Guide to Vice and Virtue; Book of Dust: La Belle Sauvage; Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children; Buffalo Soldier

Middle: The Epic Fail of Arturo Zamora; Sky Song; Fish in a Tree; Swing it, Sunny; In Real Life; Magnus Chase and the Sword of Summer

Junior: Dog Man: Brawl of the Wild; Pippa Morgan’s Diary; Splatoon; Mia in the Mix; A Sneer Death Experience; Katie and the Cupcake Cure

New Nonfiction

March 22nd, 2019|

This week’s recommendations- “New Nonfiction”

Senior: Women in Literature; Cold War Capitalism; Video Games, Violence, and Crime; Statistics and Probability; Daily Life During the French Revolution; GCSE Film Studies

Middle: Eyewitness to the Russian Revolution; Biology: Understanding Matter; Gender, Equality and Identity Rights; Migration and Refugees; Thrills, Skills and Molehills

Junior: Brutal Games! History’s Most Dangerous Sports; Cristiano Ronaldo; Seven Wonders of the Ancient World; Food and Cooking in Ancient Greece; Everything Vikings; Everything Big Cats

Money, money, money!

March 15th, 2019|

This week’s recommendations- “Money, money, money!”

Senior: Naked Economics; Freakonomics; Rich Dad Poor Dad for Teens; Blood Money; Heist Society; The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

Middle: Millions; Billionaire Boy; Tomb of Treasure; Microsoft; Nike; Coca-Cola

Junior: The Chocolate Money Mystery; The Lost Treasure of the Emerald Eye; Mr. Gum and the Biscuit Billionaire; Treasure Island; A Christmas Carol; Google

These Books ‘Blue’ Us Away!

March 8th, 2019|

This week’s recommendations- “These Books ‘Blue’ Us Away!”

Senior: Wonder; The Death Cure; Girl Online; Atlas Shrugged; Vortex; Neuromancer

Middle: The Dragonfly Pool; Moby Dick; The Boy Who Haunted Himself; Charlie and the Great Glass Elevator; Then; Airman

Junior: Emil’s Clever Pig; The BFG; The Worst Witch Saves the Day; Mr. Gum and the Biscuit Billionaire; Freddy in Peril; The Buried Cross

Current events

tween tribute

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.

1 jour 1 actu

1 Jour 1 Actu: Site quotidien d’infos pour les enfants à partir de 8 ans.

Featured online resource

Here is one of the many resources accessible from the St. George’s library website.

project gutenberg

Project Gutenberg: 56,000 free ebooks to download or read online. (Mostly older works for which copyright has expired.)

Book wish list

Add a book to our wish list at the Circulation Desk or submit the form below! (View our wish lists here.)

Recommended reading

Download our Summer Reading Recommendations 2019, created by your teachers, librarian, and friends!