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New Book: Remarkably Bright Creatures

Remarkably Bright Creatures by Shelby Van Pelt Tova has endured a couple big losses in her life and finds that engrossing herself in her work is the best way to deal with the hurt. She’s been keeping her local aquarium… Continue Reading →

Event: Truth and Reconciliation Day

Truth and Reconciliation Day is coming up on Friday, September 30th. On this day we honour the First Nations children who were taken to Residential Schools across Canada.

Event: Welcome Back!

Welcome back Centaurs!, or if you’re new to the school – Welcome to Centennial!

New Book: Ordinary Girls

Ordinary Girls by Blair Thornburgh Plum and Ginny are a couple of sisters who live in a one-of-a-kind, epic, and slowing dilapidating house. When their parents first bought the place, their father wasted no time in creating custom furniture and… Continue Reading →

Event: Spotlighting Indigenous Authors

EFP 11 students are Spotlighting Indigenous Authors in the library! Join us in supporting the National Indigenous History Month of June and Indigenous Peoples Day on June 21st, by stopping by to check out various Indigenous authors and their books.

New Book: The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto

The Magic Strings of Frankie Presto by Mitch Albom Born under devastating circumstances, Frankie’s life starts as a whirlwind. He is birthed in a burning building, abandoned as an infant and then raised by his music teacher. Luckily, Frankie is… Continue Reading →

Event: Asian Heritage Month

Asian Heritage Month May is Asian Heritage Month! This month gives us a chance to appreciate the various cultures and histories of Asian communities in Canada, as well as the many accomplishments and contributions they’ve made. Drop by the library… Continue Reading →

Event: Banned Books

Banned Books Banned Books are now on display! Come on down to the library to check out some of our most popular challenged books.

Event: Take Flight with a Book

Stop by the library to take flight with a book!

Event: Black History Month

As February is Black History Month, we as Canadian’s celebrate the many accomplishments and contributions of Black Canadians throughout history. Come by the library to read up on several prominent Black Canadians.

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