Category Archives: Databases

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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The International Women’s day 2017

On Wednesday, March 8, The International Women’s Day is celebrated around the world. This is to pay attention to women’s rights in different ways: socially, politically, economically, and more. The day is also a good opportunity to learn about and … Continue reading

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Spanish Resources

The library has purchased some new Spanish books, which I think that may be of particular interest: Stories from Latin America/Historias De Latinoamerica This book is bilingual and contains 16 legends from different countries in Latin America. You can read the legends in … Continue reading

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With focus on the Africa unit in Individuals and Societies

Here is a list of resources that maybe relevant to those studying Africa in Individuals and Societies. In addition to the catalog, where you find all the books, journals and more are available on the shelves in the library, so … Continue reading

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Refugees in literature and in real life

During some weeks of the autumn the library displayed books on the topic “Refugees in literature” and here in the library blog linked to a movie clip by UNESCO, which was about what children and young people would do if … Continue reading

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Climate conferences

At the end of last week children from different parts of the World gathered in Södertälje for participating in the Children’s Climate Conference 2015 (CCC15). This in order to be able to influence the decisions of adults to stop climate … Continue reading

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Turkey and the European Union

At the moment students of Pre-IB are working on a project about Turkey and that country’s chances/process of joining the European Union.  Here are some helpful links, tips and resources to help you in your work! Facts and concepts First, … Continue reading

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