The following books were recently featured in our Book of the Week display:


Two Sparrowhawks in a Lonely Sky by Rebecca Lim

After their family encounters terrible hardship in rural China, siblings Fu and Pei must draw on all their resilience and courage as they embark on a dangerous journey towards a better life. A compelling and poignant children's novel from the CBCA award-winning author of Tiger Daughter.


An unforgettable story with themes of famine, family, resilience, empathy and migration; it is best suited for readers from 10 years.


What Happens after Midnight by K.L Walther

From the author of The Summer of Broken Rules comes a new coming-of-age novel. When Lily Hopper decides to shed her goody two-shoes persona and participate in an epic senior prank before boarding school graduation, she expects fun, rule-breaking, and a story to remember...what she doesn't expect is to fall back in love with her ex. For fans of Jenny Han and Sarah Dessen, this novel is best suited to 14+


The bookshelves at East Campus now contain more than 1500 books. Students can grab a book to read from the shelves and return the book when they are finished. There is a mix of fiction, non-fiction, and graphic novels. 

The books at Main Campus Library are also available to students based at East Campus. Students may place reservations via the library catalogue. Library staff deliver to East Campus once per week. 


Looking for something to read during the break? 


McKinnon Secondary College students have access to Wheelers ePlatform and hundreds of ebooks and audiobooks. 


Last year there were almost 1200 loans of eBooks and audiobooks by McKinnon Secondary College students.


Wheelers ePlatform can be accessed by students via the library catalogue or directly using this link:


Wheelers ePlatform provides a wide range of titles including new titles each month as well as classics and old favourites.


Janene Watson

Library Resource Manager