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 book 1 by John Lewis
Nobody Cries at Bingo by Dawn Dumont
Rule of 3 by Eric Walters
Take Us to Your Chief by Drew Hayden Taylor
Three Body Problem (both English and Chinese) by Cixin Liu
Without Annette by Jane B. Mason
The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas
Many movies are based on books. Which do you prefer: reading the book BEFORE you see the movie or AFTER? Many new films based on books are currently in production, or have just been released. Popsugar has compiled a list of 100. We already have many of these titles in our collection. Check our catalogue for many of these reads. Let us know if the one you want to read is missing and we’ll see if we can order it.
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 adapt it for your own personal style; make it as fancy or as plain as you want. Bring your own journal/notebook to get started in and something to write with. You can eat your lunch at the workshop.
Where: the library makerspace
When: Monday, October 30th at lunch
Who: You, hopefully
Sample pages from some bullet journals found online:
from http://www.justsomebroad.com/tag/bullet-journal/ from http://www.becomingateen.co.uk/advice-blog/articles/Bullet-Journals
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 what about the sound of crippling ennui, or a cat vomiting? Wonder no more. A panel of comics writers/artists convened to debate the proper onomatopoeia for a variety of sounds. I give you: The Results of the First Annual Regional Terminology Summit, Pacific order of Onomatopoeia Professionals.
Picture credit: http://www.fluentu.com/chinese/blog/2016/01/27/onomatopoeia-chinese/
Voting for this year’s Vikings Read winner will open on May 1st. You can vote at our Surveymonkey site here. or by clicking the picture. It will not be active until May 24th and the first 50 voters will get a prize.
Join us on Friday, February 10th for this year’s edition of Speed Book Dating. No, you’re not finding a person to date, you’re sharing your love for your favourite book, and maybe finding a new book to fall in love with. Find new books, share your favourites, maybe win a prize, eat some chocolate.
When: Friday, February 10th, at lunch. Where: In the library, of course. How does it work: Choose a favourite book that you’d like to share; fill out the form you’ll find in the library; be prepared to spend 45-60 seconds sharing with a partner why your book is so awesome and hear about the awesomeness of their book; then, switch to a new partner. It’s fun, it’s fast, and you’ll probably discover new books that you want to read. If you’re coming, please sign up in the library by this Friday, February 3rd.
Do you like to sort things? Do you find seeing things tidy to be very satisfying? Do you like math and algorithms? Then watch this TEDEd video on efficient sorting algorithms for alpabetsing books.