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Library: 3 April 2017

03 April 2017

Students and families can now order books through the Scholastic Book Club! Place orders by April 11th. Read on for details. As always, we have some fantastic books to recommend to students of all ages.

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Scholastic Book Club

St Andrews is now a member of the Scholastic Book Club! Please click on the following link to browse the latest books and to order online. The process is very straight forward but if you have any problems, please come and see us in the library.

For every order you place, our school earns free books! Please place your order online by April 11th and your books will arrive at and be distributed by our school upon delivery.

Books of the Week

Early Years: Who’s in the Loo

By: Jeanne Willis

Library 1

Who's in the loo? There's a very long queue. Is it an elephant having a poo?

If one's house has many occupants, then this witty rhyme from the irreverent and observant pen of Jeanne Willis will resonate profoundly. Adrian Reynolds's exuberant illustrations highlight the fun.

Primary Fiction (7+): The World’s Worst Children

By: David Walliams

Library 2
From the world’s favourite author, David Walliams – ten cautionary tales and a delightfully dreadful cast of characters; all in glorious FULL COLOUR! Are you ready to meet the World’s Worst Children? Five beastly boys and five gruesome girls!
• Like Sofia Sofa – a TV super-fan so stuck to the sofa that she’s turning into one!
• Or Dribbling Drew – a boy whose drool gets him into trouble on a school trip!
• And not forgetting Blubbering Bertha – a girl who bawls and tells terrible tales!

Also featuring a special appearance from fan-favourite Raj!

Primary Non-Fiction: Shackleton’s Journey
By: William Grill

Library 3

Winner of the 2015 Kate Greenaway Medal
A New York Times Best Illustrated Book of 2014
Best Children's Book of 2014, Wall Street Journal
Best Children's Book of 2014, Brain Pickings
A 2015 USBBY Outstanding International Book
Young, up-and-coming illustrator William Grill weaves a detailed visual narrative of Shackleton's journey to Antarctica.
Grill's beautiful use of colored pencils and vibrant hues effortlessly evokes the adventure and excitement that surrounded the expedition. His impeccably researched drawings, rich with detail, fastidiously reproduce the minutiae of the expedition.

Children will love examining the diagrams of the peculiar provisions and the individual drawings of each sled dog and packhorse. This book takes the academic and historical information behind the expedition and reinterprets it for a young audience.

High School Fiction (10+): The Power of Five: Raven’s Gate

By: Anthony Horowitz

Library 5

Matt has always known he has unusual powers. Raised in foster care, he is sent to Yorkshire on a rehabilitation programme, only to find himself in the midst of sinister goings-on. Matt investigates and uncovers a terrible secret – eight guardians are protecting the world from the Old Ones, beings banished long ago by five children. But devil worshippers want to let the Old Ones back in...

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