In this website you will find many resources to help you with your research, reading and writing; biographies of our dedicated librarians; various workshops to help you understand and improve different skills; a request form for you to suggest books you would like more of; a virtual tour of the Innisdale Library and style guides which include proper MLA and APA referencing. Overall, this website is devoted to you — the viewers — for your literary needs.
For April, our theme is "award-winning fiction". Some awards, such as the White Pine Award for high school students, give awards to authors and novels that students vote for, based on a list of nominees they read during a set period. In 2008, the White Pine Award went to Keturah and Lord Death by Martine Leavitt from Canada. Another award, called the Man Booker Prize, is awarded to an author from the British Commonwealth or Ireland. The winning book in 2008 was The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga, who lives in Australia. Come into the library to see our selection of award-winning fiction, set up on the display shelf at the front.
Innisdale Secondary School has access to two very useful resources, which will help with most projects in English, Canadian and World Studies and Social Sciences.
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