Really useful library links

To email Miss Johnson, school librarian (to renew books or ask any questions – please include your name):

Access the school library catalogue (via Students/Online Resources on the school website)

Lower down the home/news page you can see some free online resources available – click on the headings to access them. These include:

The Book of Hopes

Libraries 4 Schools – includes access to authors’ and illustrators’ websites

Harry Potter: A History of Magic – from the British Library exhibition

Project Gutenberg – over 60,000 free ebooks available, mostly older works published before 1924

Public library service – offers free access to ebooks and other online resources if you have a library card.

If not, enrol online (with parental/guardian support):

Hay Festival children and Young Adult author talks

Great for readers and budding writers, poets and artists!

Children and YA author talks from last May’s Hay Festival are still available to access for free:

The 2020 authors were Cressida Cowell, Onjali Q Raúf, Patrice Lawrence, Muhammad Khan, Konnie Huq, Emma Carroll, Sue Cheung, Karl Nova, Chae Strathie, Pamela Butchart, Lucy Worsley, Jon Chase, Christopher Edge, Eloise Williams, Laura Coryton, Dean Atta, Liz Pichon, Bali Rai, Laura Bates and Michelle Paver.

To access each talk, click on ‘This event is available on Hay Player’, located at the bottom of the information provided about each author. Email me at to let me know how these talks have inspired you, so that I can add your comments to the library news page.

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