Please return your overdue books and other School Library materials. You can drop them off in the box outside the main entrance.
You have voted, and the results are in. The winning title for 2020 Surrey Teens Read is The Wicked Deep by Shea Ernshaw.
Thanks to all the students from around Surrey who participated in Surrey Teens Read. And a special thanks goes out the committee of Teacher Librarians who make this program happen.
The summer holidays are almost here. Make sure you take advantage of your School Library to gather some books and magazines for summer reading.
Make an appointment to visit us in person to browse through our collection of print materials, including lots of new fiction and non-fiction, graphic, and more.
If you prefer to stay at home and visit us online, you will find that we have growing collection of eBooks, as well as digital audiobooks and other online resources.
Find out more! Visit us online at tweedsmuirlibrary.ca or make an appointment to visit us in person.
Check out some of our books related to the Black Lives Matter movement, including both non-fiction and fiction, as well as print, ebooks and audiobooks.
Make an appointment to visit us at the School Library, live and in person. The room is open on a limited basis so that you can:
- Return borrowed books and other library materials
- Borrow books and other library materials
- Find a quiet space to read, study or do school work.
Contact the Teacher Librarian to make an appointment: firstname.lastname@example.org
Of course students and staff can always visit us online:
Vote now for Surrey Teens Read Book of the Year.
The author of To Kill a Mockingbird was born on this day in 1926. When her novel, a seminal work examining racism in the US, was denounced by one school board as “immoral,” she responded by saying, “what I’ve heard makes me wonder if any of its members can read.”
Vote for the Surrey Teens Read Book of the Year.
Need help finding an eBook, digital audiobook, or other online library resources? We can help you browse, select, locate and access all sorts of online resources, including fiction and non-fiction. Read the ebook version, or listen to the digital audiobook version of novels for teens.
For help, contact Mr. Sexton, your Teacher Librarian:
Check out our display of books for International Women’s Day, including titles relating to Feminism; justice,equality and freedom for women; the status of women and girls in Canada and around the world.