We have recently purchased two new magazine subscriptions to The Monthly and Quarterly Essay. These will be particularly useful resources for our senior students and will support their research inquiries. Students are encouraged to explore these new resources and add them to
Between Us by Clare Atkins is a heart-breaking teenage love story set against the grim reality of life for asylum seekers in an Australian detention centre. It is recommended for YA readers and adults alike and will expand your world views
Holidays are meant for reading! We’ve got plenty of recommendations for our YA readers to add to their holiday reading lists and to borrow in whatever format they prefer – book, ebook or audio – depending on availability. We have
Living on Hope Street, by Turkish-Australian author Demet Divaroren, is a portrait of contemporary Australian urban life. Everyone living on Hope Street in a multicultural Australia has a story, and their diversity is portrayed as a strength, not a threat.
Rebecca Sparrow has launched a new podcast for teens called Ask Me Anything. She created it so teachers and students can listen to it together in class and then discuss the important issues raised such as friendship, first crushes and
The Cruel Prince is the first novel in a new series The Folk of the Air and Holly Black fans will be delighted with this action-packed tale of magical intrigue. Set in the world of Faerie amongst the fey, this
Please join us in the iCentre on Thursday, March 8th at 6.45 am for our #RLaG International Women’s Day Breakfast. This year our theme will focus on sporting stories and sportswomen to inspire all girls, and our guest speakers will
Women in Sports : 50 Fearless Athletes Who Played to Win, our inspiring Book of the Week for all ages, was written and illustrated by Rachel Ignotofsky and highlights the achievements and stories of fifty notable women athletes from 1800s
Moonrise by Sarah Crossan is a breathtakingly moving novel that bravely tackles the subject of capital punishment. Written in free verse, it is short but powerful and leaves the reader with big questions to ponder about such a debatable topic.
Our YA Book of the Week is All Rights Reserved by Gregory Scott Katsoulis. It is the chilling story of a nightmarish dystopian future where every word and gesture is copyrighted, patented or trademarked once a person turns 15 years