Monthly Archives: May 2016


Since a week there is the opportunity to try your hand at origami in the library. Origami comes from Japan, and the word means “paper folding”, and can be useful to develop a variety of skills: thinking skills, problem solving … Continue reading

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Summer Reading at ISGR

During the final weeks of the semester we organize Summer Reading at ISGR in the library, inspired by Sommarboken, Kultur i Väst. Then you can visit the library with your class or on your own to get some book recommendations … Continue reading

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Jen’s Summer Reading Book Tip

Spend this summer opening your mind to the questions man has been asking since the beginning of time. Sophie’s World is a brilliant introduction to philosophy and a great story. Jostein Gaarder is a Norwegian writer, who is best known … Continue reading

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Legimus web player

For you who listen to talking books through Legimus it has in recent days been a positive change. Legimus Web Player has been launched so now you can listen to talking books without downloading them first. At least if you … Continue reading

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Are you an avid reader?

Have you always wanted to list all the books you have read, leave reviews, get recommendation and join reading groups? Then read on.  There are a few online sites where you can create a virtual bookshelf to keep track of … Continue reading

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Introducing Jen the library assistant

My name is Jen York and many of you will know me from covering MYP lessons. I am a drama teacher and I have taken on a number of different roles over the years. Currently, I am helping out in … Continue reading

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The first student exhibition. Riku is exhibiting her drawings

In the library, we have now the pleasure of having the first student exhibition ever. It’s Riku Nogami who is exhibiting her drawings. Yesterday we had a vernissage and there were many visitors and even Riku’s family had the opportunity … Continue reading

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