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13th June to 22nd June 2018

New books in our libraries: May - click on the book cover to find out more!

The Labyrinth by Amanda Lohrey
League of Liars by Astrid Scholte
Class Act by Jerry Craft
When the War Came Home
Fledgling by Lucy Hope
Road Tripping with Pearl Nash by Poppy Nwosu
Emergence by Marita Smith
Dancing the Charleston by Jacqueline Wilson
Girl of the Southern Sea by Michelle Kadarusman
Dragon Mountain by Katie and Kevin Tsang
Another Day in the Colony by Chelsea Watego

Opening Hours

Grange Hill Library

Monday to Friday 8.20am to 3.45pm. 

Closed Recess and the first half of lunch.

 

d'Houet Library

Monday to Thursday 8am to 7pm.

Friday 8am to 4pm.


D'houet Library guidelines

THREE WEEK LOANS: All library resources are available for three-week loans, except the Reserve Collection, which is an overnight loan. Students are welcome to renew items as necessary. 

NO FOOD: No food is permitted in the library and liquids are restricted to bottled water or liquids with secure lids.

SIGN IN: If using the library after school, students are required to sign in at the circulation desk when they first arrive and sign out when they leave. 

MOBILE PHONES: As a courtesy, mobile phones should be on silent and phone conversations should be conducted outside. 

BAGS: For OH&S purposes, all bags should be kept in lockers from Period 1 to Period 5. Before and after school, bags are allowed in the library if they are stored neatly and supervised by the owner.

Thank you for helping to maintain the D'houet library as an inviting and enjoyable place to study and relax.

Sora: access ebooks and audiobooks on our digital library

Databases

CiteMaker - Citation Tool

College Bibliography Guide & Research Organiser

          

 

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