Wolf Reads #22

This week, some great stand-alone books. Where Things Come Back Goodreads rating: 3.81 It’s the summer before senior year. Seventeen-year-old Cullen Witter is an average teenager in an average town in Arkansas. Nothing exciting ever happens. Life in Arkansas is a dull ride and Cullen can’t wait to graduate and move on to a less…

Magazines for the Library

Do you love magazines? Is there a magazine you’re dying to have in our library? Well, here’s your chance! Simply fill up this form. It’ll only take a minute. Featured image from: http://www.ebizradio.com/people-buy-newspapers-magazines-for-news-stories-not-advertising-ebizradio-insight-nicolas-pompigne-mognard/

Books Into Movies Week

Which was better: the book or the film? Next week, five film adaptations will be shown after school in the library (one per day). You are welcome to bring snacks and drag your friends along too!

A Literary Lunch

We’re back with another Literary Lunch this Wednesday! Lunch can, as usual, be preordered and eaten in the library. There will also be baked goodies to munch on! So come join us this week. The doors are open to all who have even the slightest interest in books. However, the library will be closed for all…

Preview: Murder on the Orient Express

More than half a Century before Detective Conan and Sherlock Holmes, there was Belgian detective, Hercule Poirot. And there was a murder on the Orient Express. Midnight. The trained stopped in its track midst a snowdrift. . . . Murder. Such a sinful crime, the last thing anyone expected from the lavish train ride on…

Wolf Reads: NaNoWriMo

November is National Novel Writing Month! NaNoWriMo is an annual creative writing project which encourages authors of all ages to write 50K words in one month. Here are some books which started out as NaNoWriMo projects. Water for Elephants Goodreads rating: 4.07 When Jacob Jankowski jumps onboard a passing train, he is pulled into the…

Wolf Reads #21: #RELATABLE Edition

This week, we share some of our favourite relatable books! The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian Goodreads rating: 4.11 Arnold Spirit aka Junior is a Native boy who has lived in the Spokane Indian Reservation for a very long time. He’s been picked on and beaten to a pulp for as long as he can…

Book Fair in November

Bookworms and everyone else, listen up! There will be a book fair happening from November 1-3 in the MYP atrium. It will be open all day so feel free to peruse during break and lunch (as opposed to being loud in the library).

Wolf Reads: Bone Gap

Bone Gap is a unique and extraordinarily well-written standalone novel, written by Laura Ruby. It features a set of very different and interesting characters, in the strange small town of Bone Gap, where magical holes in the universe appear to be… rather normal. The story follows the disappearance of Roza, a beautiful girl, beloved by…

#RELATABLE: Wolf Reads Edition

This article was a collaboration piece between Saloni (G11) and Janice (G11). We’re back with #RELATABLE and for avid book readers, this one’s especially for you. When the chapter book ends with a cliffhanger 2. When it’s 3 in the morning but you still don’t know who the murderer is 3. When you accidentally read…

Wolf Reads #20

Here are some of our favourite books combining twisted fairy tales. The Child Thief Goodreads rating: 4.10 When his home is taken over by drug dealers, fourteen-year-old Nick runs away. He is rescued by a mischievous and charming boy, Peter, who takes him to the “promised land” which is, by no means, Neverland. This is…

New books in the library!

For those of you who stop by the library, you may have noticed the plethora of new books. Make sure to check them out! The full list has been included below: Happy reading!