A Night at the Library #1

#bookweekscot Getting some reading done for the Comic Book Club

As part of Book Week Scotland we are sharing what happens in the library when the school closes.

4 days left to add to the kindness wall


Kindness Wall - Post-its #6

As part of anti-bullying week we sharing kind words and messages on our wall of kind. #choosekind

Kindness Wall - Post its #5

As part of anti-bullying week we sharing kind words and messages on our wall of kind. #choosekind

Kindness Wall - Post-its #4

As part of anti-bullying week we sharing kind words and messages on our wall of kind. #choosekind

Wonder by R.J. Palacio

"My name is August. I won't describe what I look like. Whatever you're thinking, it's probably worse."

“Wonder” is the story of the life of ten year old boy, August, who was born with a severe facial disfigurement. It tells the story from all the different views of different characters and shows his time from starting middle school and how he gets on with the other children.
I really like it because it tells the story from everyone’s points of views and shows that although some people may look different, they are just the same as everyone else and can live a normal life.

By Wonder1

Kindness Wall - Post its #3

As part of anti-bullying week we sharing kind words and messages on our wall of kind. #choosekind

Kindness Wall - Post Its #2

As part of anti-bullying week we sharing kind words and messages on our wall of kind. #choosekind

Kindness Wall - Post-it #1

As part of anti-bullying week we sharing kind words and messages on our wall of kind. #choosekind

Book Shelf + Selfie = Shelfie

Share your Shelfie! 

The English department are collecting shelfie pics for a display why not share yours!

Free Graphic Novel Event at West Lothian College

The Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins

The latest Hunger Games movie, "Mockingjay, Part 1" is looming on the horizon so this would be a good time to revisit the Hunger Games trilogy and read the books. See how you think the movie compares to the book...

The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins

"The Hunger Games" is about a girl named Katniss who volunteers to take part in the Hunger Games to save her sister, Prim, from entering. The Hunger Games is an annual game set up by the Capitol to show that they are in power. One boy and one girl will take part in the game from each of the 12 districts. As Katniss struggles to get through these times she forms a fake love relationship with the boy from her district that enter into the games with her, Peeta. 
The book is truly amazing and I would recommend it. The book is interesting but not hard to read so if you are a weak reader it is still good to read. 
By Classified

The Hunger Games are an annual event in which one boy and one girl aged 12–18 from each of the twelve districts surrounding the Capitol are selected by lottery to compete in a televised battle to the death.
Everybody should read this amazing book it is full or twists and turns, As well as being jaw dropping, it is romantic.
By Loading

"The Hunger Games" is a book about a 16 year old girl, Katniss Everdeen, who takes her sister’s place representing District 12 in the 74th annual Hunger Games. There are 12 districts and every year a boy and a girl aged 12-18 are picked to take part in the Hunger Games. So the event has 24 people who will train for several months. After these months they are all placed in an arena where they will have to learn to hunt, fight and survive but only one will be left standing.
 I think that people should read it if they like adventure and action. I liked this book but I found it every interesting considering I don’t read a lot.      

By Yasdnil heal332

Cowboy with a cellphone

Lego Club creation #2

Got your own ideas? Come along and join us - See Mrs. Wilson for details

The Spook's Blood by Joseph Delaney

The Spook series of books (also known as the Wardstone Chronicles) tells the story of Tom Ward, a seventh son, who becomes a Spook’s Apprentice, fighting supernatural evil in the County. There is a great website for the Spook Series, where you can have a look at the trailer for the movie based on the series, “Seventh Son”, which is due out in 2015.

“The Spook’s Blood” is a book packed of action, suspense and bravery. In a world full of darkness, misery and despair there is only one boy who can stop this from happening and his name is Tom Ward. Tom lives and works as a spook’s apprentice in the countryside with his master. Together they save the county from any trouble. Suddenly they are informed that trouble is being caused in another county. His master gets kidnapped and Tom must try and save him and the county from chaos. Tom finds out secrets about his past and his destiny. 
This is the 10th book from the Spooks series and it is the one that I enjoyed the most. A very thrilling book and a must read!! 

The Maze Runner by James Dashner

The Maze Runner (2014) PosterYet again, Hollywood has looked to the world of books for movie ideas. The latest release is "The Maze Runner" based on the book by James Dashner. So what's it about? You can see the trailer here or, better still, read the book: 

"The Maze Runner" is about a boy called Thomas who is sent into a virtual world called the Glade with his memory washed; all he can remember is his name, Thomas. When the doors open in the lift which he is in after he has woken up, he is welcomed by a large group of children who have been dropped into the Glade one at a time every month. He is in a large, open area surrounded by stone walls. Just like Thomas, the Gladers don’t know why or how they got to the Glade. All they know is that every morning the stone doors to the maze that surrounds them have opened. Every night they’re closed tight...and every 30 days a new boy has been delivered in the lift. They knew that Thomas was coming. But the next day, a girl is sent up who is the first girl to ever to be dropped into the maze in the Glade. To their even bigger surprise there is a bigger wonder in the message she brings. Thomas might be more important than he could ever guess. If only he could unlock the dark secrets buried within his mind...I read this book about 6 months ago and I was stunned. People should read this book because you can never predict where it is going to go and it is always leaving you in suspense.
By The Beast

New Library Mascot!

After a two week vote we have a winner - Fork!

2nd Place went to Neville the Non-Fiction Newt
3rd - Frankie the Fiction Fox
4th - Camille the Computer Chameleon
5th - Roddy the Reference Rat

Tabletop Tuesday After School!

Tuesday kicks off the JYHS Library Tabletop club want to know more before you come along watch Tabletop on Youtube.

JYHS Library Comic Club

This week at JYHS Library Comic Club we will be chatting about everyone's favorite comics.

The 5th Wave by Rick Yancey

"We're here, and then we're gone, and it's not about the time we're here, but what we do with the time." The 5th Wave is coming...Check out the first book in the series:

There have been strange happenings all over the world, ranging from power outages to the deaths of millions of innocent people. The story follows a young Cassie Sullivan on her journey to find her brother, and Ben Parish, a normal teenager, whose life is changed forever when he is taken to Camp Haven.
I may have made this sound really cheesy but TRUST ME it’s not!!!!! Please read it, it is really well written (also the bit with Ben is AMAZING).
This book is the first of a trilogy and the second one comes out in summer 2014.

By lol J

The second book in the trilogy, "The Infinite Sea" is coming out soon. 

JYHS Library Lego Club

This weeks creations included this excellent house.

Plus lots of minifig stories :)


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