Monthly Archives: October 2015

Gabrielle Bell

This month’s featured author is British-American cartoonist Gabrielle Bell (1976 – ). Born in Britain she moved to the US at the age of two and grew up in an isolated area in Mendocino County, California. She is most well … Continue reading

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Here are our winners!

The following three are the winners of the Halloween quiz we had in the campus library; Lina in 6E Akiyo in 6 E Hedda in 7A Please come and get your prizes!

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The United Nations 70th Anniversary

How the United Nations (UN) was formed During World War II the United States and the Soviet Union, and their allies,  planned to create an international organization to maintain peace around the world. At the end of World War II representatives … Continue reading

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Halloween!

Now everyone’s favorite time of the year, Halloween, is coming up. We want to help you celebrate this by arranging some activities in the library. During week 43 you can do sort of a Halloween poem quiz/Regular quiz and check out … Continue reading

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This year’s Nobel Prize in Literature

We rejoice that the 2015 Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to the belarusian journalist and author Svetlana Alexievich (1948-). Alexievich’s novels are based on historical research and interviews with witnesses of the most dramatic events in Russia, Belarus and Ukraine … Continue reading

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Henning Mankell: In memoriam

  Henning Mankell (1948-2015) who was one of Sweden’s favorite authors has recently passed away. He was a playwright and best known for his crime novels featuring Kurt Wallander, the chief inspector of Ystad Police Department. But he was also an awardwinning children’ s … Continue reading

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Dyslexia Awareness Week

The Dyslexia Awareness Week runs from the 5th of October to the 11th. The theme of this year is “Making Sense of Dyslexia” and will look at how much of an impact the right support and intervention now could have … Continue reading

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