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Voting for the winner of this year’s Vikings Read is now open. Click here to go to the voting site. Voting will close at midnight on Friday, May 25th.
Attention Library Club members: Our yearbook photos for this year will happen Tuesday, January 29th at lunch in the library. Please arrive as soon as you can after the start of lunch so that we can get everything organised to take … Continue reading
Attention Library Club: We will have our club yearbook photo done on Tuesday, January 30th at lunch in the library. Please come to the library immediately at lunch so that we can get organised.
5 to 1 by Holly Bodger The Graveyard Book (both the novel and graphic novel) by Neil Gaiman Delilah Dirk and the Turkish Lieutenant by Tony Cliff George’s Secret Key to the Universe by Stephen Hawking & Lucky Hawking March … Continue reading
Want an interesting and creative way to organise your tasks and keep track of your life? Join us for a workshop on how to make a bullet journal. It’s more creative and flexible than just making a list! You can … Continue reading
See a teaser of what’s coming this fall.
Have you ever been writing an awesome story, or illustrating your comic, and gotten stuck trying to figure out how to represent a sound? Sure, some stuff like ‘splat’ for your ice cream falling on the ground is easy, but … Continue reading