Author Archives: Sarah Morelli

About Sarah Morelli

Graduate Student Library Assistant | Master of Information (LIS & ARM) 2020, Faculty of Information, University of Toronto

More New Titles for May!

Hearts Unbroken by Cynthia Leitich Smith   Louise Wolfe, known as Lou, has recently moved to Kansas from central Texas. Lou is a citizen of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation, and her town of East Hannesburg is not a very liberal place. So when Mrs Quinn, the East Hannesburg High School drama teacher, … Continue reading

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April New Titles: A [Spring] shower of Topics

I Love Sharks, Too! written by Leanne Shirtliffe and illustrated by Lorenzo Montatore    Stevie LOVES sharks. He loves sharks more than he loves pizza (Can you imagine loving something more than pizza?)! Stevie likes to act like a shark, much to his … Continue reading

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March New Titles: A Mixed Bag

Homophobia in the Hallways: Heterosexism and Transphobia in Canadian Catholic Schools by Tonya D. Callaghan  Catholic schools, despite the religious affiliation, receive public funding in Canada. Because of this, Catholic schools are beholden to civil, not church law. Despite this, according … Continue reading

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Featured Activity Kit: Super Big Boggle

Are you looking for a way to build your students’ vocabulary in a fun, interactive (and somewhat noisy) way? Then look no further than Super Big Boggle! This game puts brains to the test to see who can come up … Continue reading

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February Lobby Display: Black History Month

Black History Month brings to mind certain figures, such as Martin Luther King Jr, Malcolm X, and Rosa Parks. While the importance of these people cannot be overstated, it is also important to highlight some lesser-known voices of the Black … Continue reading

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