May 9, 2014


sorry!.jpegDear Parents,



In my last letter to you about the Scholastic International Schools Book Club, I enclosed the March flyer instead of the May one and for that I apologize.



The correct May flyer is enclosed and this is the final book order for this academic year. All prices are listed in British Pounds Sterling and are subject to VAT and Processing Fees of 15%. You will need to order your books online by Friday, May 23, 2014. Books will be delivered to the school two weeks later and they will be distributed to the students individually.




You can shop online with your credit card by visiting the following link:



http://eu.clubs-school.scholastic.co.uk/wroclaw-international



Please remember that every book you buy from the Scholastic International School Book Club helps WIS earn much-needed books for our library and classrooms!





Happy Book Shopping!
Nina Franco
N. Franco, WIS School Librarian
Wroclaw International School




May 5, 2014


reading.jpgDear Parents,

I hope that you had a relaxing Spring Break and that you have returned reinvigorated for the rapidly approaching end of the school year. Thank you so much for supporting our school through the Scholastic International School Book Club for the past four years.

The May leaflet for the SISBC is enclosed and this is the final book order for this academic year. All prices are listed in British Pounds Sterling and are subject to VAT and Processing Fees of 15%. You will need to order your books online by Friday, May 16, 2014. Books will be delivered to the school two weeks later and they will be distributed to the students individually.

You can shop online with your credit card by visiting the following link:

http://eu.clubs-school.scholastic.co.uk/wroclaw-international
Please remember that every book you buy from the Scholastic International School Book Club helps WIS earn much-needed books for our library and classrooms!

Not sure which books to buy for your child? Why not check out the leaflet with him or her? In addition, you may want to consider the following titles:

highway rat.jpgThe Highway Rat by Julia Donaldson: A bedtime rhyme with rattitude from Julia and Axel. This cute bandit will steal your chocolate éclairs. And ambush your heart while he’s at it. Ages 0+
woolly.jpgWoolly by Sam Childs: Our no. 1 contender for the snuggliest picture book of the year. Will you give this sad little scrap a cuddle? So sweet you’ll shed a tear Ages 3+
bigfoot.jpgThe Boy Who Cried Bigfoot! by Scott Magoon: If you love The Gruffalo, you must try this story of imaginary (or are they?) big
hairy monsters! Ages 5+
Magic Tree House.jpgMagic Tree House: High Time for Heroes by Mary Pope Osborne: King Arthur, Florence Nightingale and a trip to Egypt, in one epic adventure? Count us in. Ages 7+
Dragons.jpgNo Such Things as Dragons by Philip Reeve: A dragon tale with a difference. Heart-pounding fantasy from the Mortal Engines maestro. Ages 9+
owl keeper.jpgThe Owl Keeper by Christine Brodien-Jones: A lyrical fantasy. The silver owls are gone; the forests are dark; the sinister High Echelon rule the world. But the Owl Keeper is coming … Ages 11+
Pompeii.jpgCurses and Smoke: A Novel of Pompeii by Vicky Alvear Shecter: A forbidden love flares as the eruption blows the roof off the world. What will survive? Ages 13+
cute_nf.jpgHappy Reading!


N. Franco, WIS School Librarian
Wroclaw International School
Book Summaries and images are courtesy of Scholastic, UK.



February 19, 2014

Dear Parents,

Our online International School Book Club book group order is ready for you! This means that you can begin ordering the books from your Book Club leaflet and pay online with your credit card by visiting the following link:

http://eu.clubs-school.scholastic.co.uk/wroclaw-international

Prices are listed in British Pounds Sterling and are subject to VAT and Processing Fees of 15%. You will need to order your books online by Friday, March 7th. Books will be delivered to school two weeks later and they will be distributed to the students then.

Please remember that every book you buy from the Scholastic International School Book Club helps WIS earn much-needed books for our library and classrooms!

Not sure which books to buy for your child? Why not check out the leaflet with him or her? In addition, you may want to consider the following titles:

Spider Sandwiches by Claire Freedman and Sue Hendra
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Rhymes. Mealtimes. And YUCKY BUGS! Two monster talents: one tasty tale. Tuck in. Ages 0+
The Fox in the Dark by Alison Green and Deborah Allwright

fox.jpgFour adorable animals show you not to be scared of the dark in this cuddly bedtime favorite. Psst ... there is a funny twist too! Ages 3+
The Story of Ferdinand by Munro Leaf

ferdinand.jpgA gentle misfit to win your heart. Ferdinand like sniffing flowers, but not butting heads with other bulls. How will he survive the bullfight? Ages 5+
Ghost Buddy: Always Dance With a Buffalo by Henry Winkler and Lin Oliver
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You'll laugh, you'll laugh more and you'll wish you had a ghost of your own. Spook-a-licous! Ages 7+
I Funny by James Patterson

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A tale of comedy and disability by a massive author. Jamie wants to be a stand-up-star. But he can't stand up: he's in a wheelchair. Ages 9+
The Great Unexpected by Sharon Creech
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Two orphans, an odd boy and a tree ... Worlds are woven together and lives changed forever in this mystical tale by Carnegie Medal winner. Ages 11+
Happy Reading!

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N. Franco, WIS School Librarian
Wroclaw International School
Chaos Walking Trilogy by Patrick Ness

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The dystopian phenomenon that's snapped up the Carnegie Medal, the Costa, and Booktrust prizes. An unflinching and brutal saga of power and war. Ages 13+
Book Summaries and images are courtesy of Scholastic, UK.

September 13, 2013

Dear Parents,

Welcome back to school and welcome back to the Scholastic International Schools online book group order! This means time to shop for books and you can now order from your Book Club leaflet and shop online with your credit card by visiting the following link:

http://eu.clubs-school.scholastic.co.uk/wroclaw-international

Prices are listed in British Pounds Sterling and are subject to VAT and Processing Fees of 15%. You will need to order your books online by Friday, September 27th. Books will be delivered to the school two weeks later and they will be distributed to the students then.

Please remember that every book you buy from the Scholastic International School Book Club helps WIS earn much-needed books for our library and classrooms!

Not sure which books to buy for your child? Why not check out the leaflet with him or her? In addition, you may want to consider the following titles:

The Wheels on the Bus by Jan Ormerod: The whole family will love singing, miming, and rhyming along to this safari-park twist on a childhood song. Ages 0+
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The Snatchabook by Helen Docherty: A small magical creature yearns for someone to read to him ... A beautiful bedtime rhyme for any budding bookworm, celebrating the joy a book can bring. Ages 3+
A Hippopotamus Ate the Teacher by Mike Thaler: After a little mishap during a school trip to the zoo, a hippopotamus eats Ms. Jones! Who will teach the class now? A laugh-out-loud classic. Ages 5+
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Pip Street: A Crumpety Calamity by Jo Simmons: If you love Mr. Gum, check out this book – a tale of crumpets, rivalry, and revolution! Pip must win an epic baking battle to avoid being forced from his new home ... Ages 7+
Clementine and the Family Meeting by Sara Pennypacker: We’re talking about a new baby, says Dad. “A brother or sister. What do you think about that?” NO THANKS is what Clementine thinks! Ages 9+
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ethan.jpg Ethan’s Voice by Rachel Carter: Ethan can’t remember exactly when he stopped talking or why it is only when he meets Polly that he begins to wish things were different. Ages 11+





Judy Blume Pack: A pioneer of young fiction shows how it’s done in these funny, touching tales of teenage life and first relationships. These coming-of-age classics are a must for any girl who is growing up! Ages 13+
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Happy Shopping!

N. Franco, WIS Librarian
Wroclaw International School

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Book Summaries and images are courtesy of Scholastic, UK.