Our Senior Book Club readers will be exploring YA novels that have alternative text types. We thought other readers might be interested in these innovative and challenging novels so put these on your reading list for the holidays.
Ms Stower shares her favourite inspirational reads for girls in the Middle School in her professional blog iPractice – a collection of ideas about school libraries and learning I am often asked to recommend “must read” books for girls of
These are the Top 10 novels that have been borrowed this semester. If you are looking for your next read, pick any from the list and see what everyone else is enjoying. Make sure you write a review on the
Jane Harper’s debut novel, The Dry, is a thrilling, page-turner for grown up readers of crime fiction. Take a look at our graphic book review below and recommend this #greatread to your friends. You won’t be disappointed! Graphic Book
Tru & Nelle by G Neri is a fictionalised reimagination of the childhood friendship and adventures of Truman Capote and Harper Lee. This gentle novel is highly recommended as a magical read for ages 9+ Graphic Book Review
That War That Saved My Life by Kimberley Brubaker Bradley is a heart-warming coming-of-age story set in the English countryside during World War 2. This historical novel is an inspiring story for middle years’ readers from ages 9+ and is