Bored with tiresome superficial stories in the papers? Focus on what matters, by reading the BOOKS section of The Toronto Star. Reviews of the latest novels, and interviews with some prominent authors (some from our own city!).
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Next Tuesday, Dec. 4th – during periods 2 & 3, come join us in the library Window Lab for the White Pine 2012-13 Book launch! Bring a friend and check out this year’s titles. Click here for more info. Click on the fullscreen button on the bottom right of the prezi below and learn more about the White Pine reading program.
If you don’t have a Toronto Public Library card yet… visit the EHSS Library today and pick up an application form from the circulation desk! Its simple and easy… just fill out the form and bring it to the closest Toronto Public Library (TPL) branch to apply for a card.
Get one now! Perfect timing to have access to the many resources that TPL has to offer!
Next Tuesday, Oct. 2nd from 10:05 to 10:25, Earl Haig Secondary will be launching its D.E.A.R. 2012 campaign, so come to the library, borrow some reading materials and be ready to Drop Everything And Read!
DEAR happens every Tuesday and Thursday from 10:05 to 10:25 (after Period 1).
Students will be asked to read if they are in the library during DEAR.
Looking for some good deals on books? Want to hear award-winner authors read from their work? Well look no further than Toronto’s annual Word on the Street National Book and Magazine Festival, this Sunday September 23, 2012 at Queen’s Park Circle, 11am – 6pm.
Trying to decide on which book to read for your IRP?
Visit the library and check out some of the titles! Remember… don’t just select a book because of the cool artwork on the cover. Check out the summary on the back cover and use databases like Books and Authors to read reviews!
If you still aren’t sure which book to read… ask a teacher-librarian for their recommendations! In an effort to keep the books on display for students to review, the IRP books are not allowed out of the library.
Purchase your own copy or visit the Toronto Public Library to find a copy to borrow.