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Library News

November 2019

Holiday Reads

November 29th, 2019|

Check out this week’s recommendations based on the theme “Holiday Reads”:

Junior: How the Grinch Stole Christmas; The Polar Express; A Christmas Carol; The Nutcracker; Invasion of the Christmas Puddings; Samantha’s Surprise

Middle: A Christmas Carol and other Christmas stories; Sky Song; The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe; Truce; The Meltdown; Skating Sensation

Senior: Lost Christmas; Windfall; The Christmas Books; Home; Hidden Surprise Cakes; A Train in Winter

History’s Mysteries

November 22nd, 2019|

Check out this week’s recommendations based on the theme “History’s Mysteries”:

Junior: Stone Age; Roman Soldier’s Handbook; The Story of the First World War; Gross Facts About Vikings; Life in a Medieval Castle; Prehistoric Adventures: Stone Circles

Middle: North Korea: A closer look at the secret state; The Israeli-Palestinian Conflict: The struggle for Middle East peace; The Red Baron; 10 Routes That Crossed the World; Renaissance Medicine; The End of World War I

Senior: Historical Revisionism; Recasting Bourgeois Europe; The French Revolution, Napoleon, and the Republic; The Blockade of the Gaza Strip; Showa: A History of Japan 1953-1989; Ancient World: 2700 B.C.E.-c.500 C.E.

New Fiction

November 8th, 2019|

Check out some of our new fiction titles:

Junior: Louisiana’s Way Home; Barry Loser: Worst School Trip Ever; A Daring School Rescue; Kat Wolfe Investigates; Bob; 10 Ten-Minute Stories

Middle: The Book of Boy; How to Bee; Endling: The First; The Button War; Sunny; Libby in the Middle

Senior: She is Not Invisible; Scarlet, Otherworld; Refugee; Field Notes on Love; The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian

Hot Topics!

November 1st, 2019|

Check out some of our new titles on Hot Topics:

Junior: Planet Protection; Analyzing the Food Supply Chain; Analyzing Disappearing Habitats; Defining and Discussing Immigration; Defining and Discussing Human Rights; Defining and Discussing Women’s Rights

Middle: The Dangers of Digital Addiction; Pandemics: Deadly Disease Outbreaks; The Climate Change Crisis; Poverty and Economic Inequality; The Global Threat of Terrorism; Alternative Energy Sources: The End of Fossil Fuels?

Senior: Whistleblowers; Automation of Labor; Reproductive Rights; School Shootings; Feminism; Cultural Appropriation

Quick Links

Click on the links below to access key resources.

Papercut

Follow the instructions below to install the school printer on your device:

  • Make sure you are on the SGI-student wifi network.
  • Click on this link.
  • Download Mobility Print Installer, open it, and follow the directions.
  • Enter the user name and password for your device.

To print a document:

  • Open your document and select “Print.”
  • Choose “Stgeorges Printer.”
  • Username is your school email address and password is your school password.
  • Tick the “Remember” tickbox, then you don’t have to enter your details again.
  • Click submit.
  • Go to the printer and enter your Papercut login number. (If you forgot it, ask Mrs. Romö.)
  • Select “Print.”

Destiny Discover

Use this integrated search tool to find results from multiple sources simultaneously (our library catalog, websites, Encyclopaedia Britannica, and more).

Recommendations

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

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