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.
Book wish list
Add a book to our wish list! Fill out and submit the form below. (View our wish lists here.)
Recommend a book
Would you like to recommend a book on this website? Submit your book review form to school the librarian!
Wire Insect Sculptures
Have a look at Mrs. Jupp’s Year 8 sculptures now displayed on the senior fiction bookshelves. Students created insects from various types of wire. Well done!
Student Art in Library
The library acknowledges and celebrates student accomplishments by displaying student work. Miss Thomas’ art class made these beautiful flowers, which are now cheering up the junior non-fiction collection!
Harry Potter Translations
St. George’s School is attempting to set a World Record: the most Harry Potter translations of any other school library! Please support our efforts by donating a Harry Potter book translated into your language! A complete list is HERE.
What was “Fermat’s Last Theorem?” How many guests could fit into “Hilbert’s Hotel?” Students are having fun while learning valuable research skills!
St. George’s students rock Open Mic
The first “Open Mic at the Library” was a friendly and relaxed gathering of performers and spectators. The choir and several soloists sang an extraordinary variety of music. Clearly, this needs to be a regular event! We all look forward to hearing some new voices next time 🙂
New books have finally arrived! Come to the library and check out some of the exciting new graphic novel titles, such as: Ms. Marvel, Tom Gates, Amulet, Dog Man, The Baby-Sitters Club, and Guardians of the Galaxy!
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.
Alpha History: Contains thousands of topic summaries, documents, images, maps, timelines, biographical profiles, historiographical information, and online activities.
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