World Intellectual Property Rights Day: 26 April’ 2017

Earlier this year, as part of my profile as an IBDP librarian, I thought of introducing the topic of plagiarism and academic honesty in a way that will be better understood by the students. I wanted to make an impact that would stay with them. So I thought of improvising and combined World Intellectual Property RightsContinue reading “World Intellectual Property Rights Day: 26 April’ 2017”

Christmas fest: Symphony

I know this is a tad too late a post for last year’s celebrations. Been engrossed in too many things and though wanted to write about the wonderful event I never managed to. Better late than never. I celebrated Christmas fest ‘SYMPHONY’ from 19th to 23rd December’2017, along with my teammates.Several activities were planned forContinue reading “Christmas fest: Symphony”

Spook Fest

Booooo ! Yikes ! Eeeeeeeyyaaahhhhh ! You must be thinking what are all these sounds. Well , there were so many ghosts and goblins that it was natural to be scared. Ghost? you ask. Yes, because we at the library celebrated  “Spook Fest” from 24th-27th October to celebrate Halloween. Invites were sent out the week beforeContinue reading “Spook Fest”

Roald Dahl 100th Birthday Bash

   I have been so caught up with l things at the library past 2 months that I could not write a post. A lot has happened since and the hard work paid off when I saw the students visit the Library more frequently. They are in anticipation for what next.  In the month ofContinue reading “Roald Dahl 100th Birthday Bash”

Peace Day Celebrations: 21st September

I know its been a while that I posted something. But the past one month has been hectic leaving me in a frenzy. But nevertheless here I am posting about all the latest happenings from the library. The school celebrated Peace Day on 21st September, and we too celebrated the or rather observed the dayContinue reading “Peace Day Celebrations: 21st September”

Beyond the Obvious: 6th August

Slight breeze welcomed me as I stepped outside to board an auto towards the Metro Station. Grey clouds started appeared veiling the sun that tried to outshine itself. But no such luck. Wet breeze kissed my cheeks as I got down at the Metro Station. I got worried seeing the clouds pursuing me, but IContinue reading “Beyond the Obvious: 6th August”

National Librarians Day:12th August

Dr. S.R.Ranganathan, was born on 9 August 1892. He came from a moderate background in British-ruled India. Ranganathan began his professional life as a mathematician; he earned B.A. and M.A. degrees in mathematics from Madras Christian College in his home province, and then went on to earn a teaching license. His lifelong goal was to teachContinue reading “National Librarians Day:12th August”


  ” When the day of judgement dawns and people, great and small, come marching in to receive their heavenly rewards, the Almighty will gaze upon the mere bookworms and say to Peter, ”Look, these need no reward. We have nothing to give them. They have loved reading”………….Virginia Wolf Well then that places us librariansContinue reading “BOOK LOVERS DAY: 9th AUGUST”


    Have you ever faced a moment in life which changed everything for you. If your answer is yes, then you will definitely like this book. It’s a fast read with just 103 pages. But do not be fooled by the number. It contains a whole within those few pages. Since the length ofContinue reading “THE DARE: JOHN BOYNE”

The Skin I’m In: Sharon G Flake

      SUMMARY: This book is the story of Maleeka Madison, who is a student at McClenton middle School.Maleeka is a very smart girl who had the chance to go to a better school, but she ‘chose’ this one by her refusal to communicate when she ‘interviewed’ at the other school. The story revolvesContinue reading “The Skin I’m In: Sharon G Flake”