This year’s Booker prize broke all the rules. Not only did a black woman win it for the first time in the prize’s history, but she had to share it. Despite a 1992 ruling that explicitly states that the prize should not be divided or withheld, this year’s judges (controversially) awarded it to both Bernadine … Continue reading Booker Prize winners
International Baccalaureate Organisation: "The current trend in migration and increased diversity in schools provides an opportunity to support student agency, affirm cultural identity and develop international mindedness through LANGUAGE." At the TGS Prep Library, we have been working on bringing our "Mother Tongue" collection to the front in our library space. We have spent some … Continue reading Mother Tongue books and connection to language.
MANGA Noun: Japanese stories presented in a comic-strip format and published as a book. More often than not, page to screen blog posts feature our favourite books that have been adapted for the big screen! However, this post is a little different. Instead of books, the spotlight will be shining on the Arthur Holt … Continue reading Page to Screen: Manga
Our final book commercial for the term features Trinity Grammar student Peter, who read Charlie & the Chocolate Factory by Roald Dahl.
This weeks book commercial is brought to you by Lachlan who read Say Cheese & Die by R.L. Stine as part of the Wide Reading Programme last term!
Last term Kyron read Middle School by James Patterson. Kyron enjoyed this book because it was entertaining and a humorous read.
We asked the School's Executive for their top book picks on leadership and personal growth. Here are their recommendations: Student Centered Leadership, by Viviane Robinson. Recommended by Debbie Williams, Academic Dean. Call number: 371.2 ROB. Humilitas: A Lost Key to Life, Love, and Leadership, by John Dickson. Recommended by Bradley Barr, Deputy Head Master, Summer Hill. Call number: 179 DIC. Professional … Continue reading Must-Read Book Recommendations from the School’s Executive.
This weeks book commercial is brought to you by Ethan who read Middle School ‘get me out of here’ by James Patterson.
Last term Lucas read The Fall by Tristan Bancks as part of the Trinity Grammar Wide Reading Programme. You can find this #novel in our crime section under CRI F BANC.
This weeks book commercial is brought to you by Advit. Last term Advit read Two Wolves by Tristan Bancks. His favourite part of the book is when the two main characters get separated from their parents!