Dear fellow bookworms and those that are at the brink of becoming one,
It has finally happened ;-) For all those that are interested in bettering their English while reading something that is either exciting, sleep-depriving, sad or hilarious, a cheap and easy solution is here. You can borrow books from the school which fit your skill level and field of interest.
Some of those books are “old” classics while others are more modern or up-to-date. Some have recently even been turned into a major movie like “The fault in our stars” (“Das Schicksal ist ein mieser Verräter”). Interested?
Here is how it works:
- Simply pick a book from the list on the homepage or ask me (Ms. Kawan) which books are available.
- Place a deposit of 5 € (no worries, you will get it back once the book is returned)
- Enjoy reading it!
- Return it after 4 weeks or get an extension for another 4 weeks.
For further details come see me in school.
List of books available
|Alexie, Sherman: The Absolute True Diary of a Part-Time Indian (2009)|
|Bowler, Tim: Storm Catchers (1953)|
|Cousins, Dave: Fifteen Days Without a Head (2012)|
|Fox, Michael J.: Lucky Man (2002)|
|Green, John: Looking for Alaska (2005)|
|Green, John: The Fault in Our Stars (2012)|
|Gruwell, Erin, et. al.: The Freedom Writers Diary (1999)|
|Kaymer, Günther: Five Short Shorts. American Short Stories (1969)|
|Lowdry, Lois: The Giver (2014)|
|McCourt, Frank: Teacher Man (2005)|
|McGowan, Anthony: The Knife that Killed Me (2008)|
|Montgomery, L.M.: Anne of the Island (1915)|
|Orwell, George: Animal Farm (1945)|
|Pratchett, Terry: The Last Continent (1998)|
|Rowling, J.K.: Harry Potter and the Deathly Hollows (2007)|
|Stevenson, RL: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde (1953)|