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!
A whopping 52 students have signed up to help in the library! Event planning, administration, reader advisory, and marketing are some of the important duties that make sure our library runs smoothly and addresses the needs of our students. Who says libraries are a thing of the past???
Boring is Fun!
The “Boring Book-a-thon” was a massive success! Our students read the most boring books in the library for 30 grueling minutes! Funds raised will be used to purchase books on the student wish list. Well done! A very warm thanks to students, families, and teachers who supported this event in the LIBRARY…where BORING is FUN!
The “Boring Book-a-thon” will take place on 28 & 29 September from 10:30-11am. Get sponsored to read a boring book– use funds to buy exciting books!
Harry Potter World Record Attempt
JK. Rowling’s Harry Potter books have been translated into 74 languages. We will try assembling a collection of Harry Potter books in as many languages as possible.
Bring a book in your own language, just make sure it’s before November 🙂
World Language Library
The World Languages Library is now located upstairs. Check out our growing collections of French, Russian, Japanese, German, Spanish, and Chinese books! Do you have any world language books to donate to the library? (Please see Mrs. Romö.)
Coming Soon: Graphic Novels
The new “Graphic Novels” section of the library holds our current collection. New stock will be arriving soon! Keep watching for more news on this exciting new addition!
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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