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Exhibition on the love theme, summer reading tips and Digiflora

The library now is hosting a new exhibition: the products of grade 8’s work on the love theme. The students have created books dealing with the question what love is. This time, the exhibition is outside the library, since the library … Continue reading

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New book covers

MYP6 has recently completed a project in Swedish run by Ida Fastén where the students have read Swedish youth novels. In conclusion, they have written new blurbs for the back-covers of the novels, written reviews and created new book covers using … Continue reading

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Sculptures by 9A & 9B

9A and B have made mini-environments centered around a fence or a wall. They have been encouraged to produce grafitti, props and sculptural details to enhance the environment. From being a frontal image, many of their fences became truly three-dimensional, … Continue reading

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Author skype talk by Michael Buckley

Yesterday, ISGR had an author skype talk with Michael Buckley, residing in New York, The United States. Michael told us about the way to become an author, his authorship and book series The Sisters Grimm, N.E.R.D.S and The Undertows series … Continue reading

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How much do you know about “Don Quijote de La Mancha”?

“En un lugar de La Mancha, de cuyo nombre no quiero acordarme…” – or “In a village of La Mancha, the name of which I have no desire to call to mind…” – is the beginning of this hallmark of … Continue reading

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Reading Week

Right now the Reading Week is going on in the school building and the library. Every day there are new activities coming up: Tuesday: Book recommendations and fika Wednesday: Book swap day Thursday: Taste of the read out loud shelf. Come … Continue reading

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Happy Easter!/Glad Påsk!

It is the last day of term and the sun is shining in the library. For the past few weeks the library has had materials out for students to make Easter cards and decorations in their breaks. It has been … Continue reading

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