source: Surrey Teens Read
The high school students of Surrey have spoken. They have selected Holly Jackson’s a good girl’s guide to murder as the winner for Surrey Teens Read in 2022.
Thanks to all the students who voted, all the students who read the books, and to all the Teacher Librarians who make Surrey Teens Read happen.
We are just a few weeks away from the end of the school year! Please be sure to return your overdue books to the School Library. Have a look in your locker, or at home. All books are due by June 14.
Come down to the School Library and check out some of the titles on display for National Indigenous History Month in Canada.
June is National Indigenous History Month in Canada. Join us in your School Library as we learn more about the history of the First Nations, Metis and Inuit peoples of Canada.
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As we come to the end of May, we come to the end of Asian Heritage Month in Canada. Here are some of fiction titles to peruse. We have novels by Canadian of Asian heritage, as well as books by other writers with roots in Asia. We also have many stories set in Asia or novels that explore the culture and history of Asian peoples. Come down to the School Library to see these books and many more.
Voting ends soon. Go HERE to vote now!
More books for Asian Heritage Month.
Come down to the School Library to check out our display of items related to Canadians of Asian Heritage, as well as the history and culture of the peoples of Asia and the movement of Asian people around the world.
The Student School Library Advisory Council meets today at lunch. All students who are interested in being a part of this group, or simply finding out more about it, are invited to attend.
It’s Pride Week at Lord Tweedsmuir. Come down to your school library to check out some of our newest fiction with LGBTQIA2S+ themes.
You can also check out our display of non-fiction for Pride Week.
May is Asian Heritage Month in Canada.
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