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.
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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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Firekeeper’s Daughter, the 2022 Printz Award Winner for Excellence in Young Adult Literature is just one of the many books you can see in our Award Winning Books display. Printz Honor books Concrete Rose, Star Fish and Last Night at the Telegraph Club are also there, along with many other recent literary award winners. Stop by your School Library to have a look.
Come by your School Library to have a look at these books on display for Asian Heritage Month in Canada.
Eid Mubarak! As Ramadan comes to an end, Muslims in Canada and around the world celebrate Eid al-Fitr. Observant Muslims spent the holy month of Ramadan fasting during daylight hours, and with the arrival of Eid, feasting can begin.
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Join us in your School Library as we celebrate Asian Heritage Month in May. Canada is a country filled with people who have backgrounds and heritage from all over the globe, including the vast landmass we call Asia. Canada has a long history of immigrants coming from such places as China, India, Korea, the Philippines, Vietnam and the many other nations of Asia, including places in the west of the continent such as Syria, Iraq, Georgia, Israel and Palestine. Be sure to visit us, both in person and online, to find out more.