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Welcome to the Windsor Library Libguides!

These online guides will provide research assistance, helpful resources and reading suggestions,

as well as subject guides compiled specifically for  assignments.

For further assistance, or help with navigating these guides, please don't hesitate to ask for help.

SEARCH FOR A BOOK IN THE WINDSOR LIBRARY -- CLICK HERE

*All fiction books are shelved in the library by the author's last name

We would like to acknowledge and thank the Coast Salish people whose traditional territory North Vancouver School District resides on. We express our gratitude to the Squamish Nation and Tsleil Waututh Nation and we value the opportunity to learn, live and share educational experiences on this traditional territory.
 

Hours of Operation

Monday to Friday

8:00 am ~ 3:15 pm

HOMEWORK SUPPORT

3-3:30

LIBRARY COMPUTER LAB

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DIVERSE READS

Windsor Library is proud of our many titles that fall under the theme of

Celebrating Diversity.

Our RAINBOW READS collection contains both fiction and non-fiction books celebrating diversity in race, religion, spirituality, sexuality and sexual identity. 

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NEW ARRIVALS

The Testaments

A Very, Very Bad Thing

Patron Saints of Nothing

Crown of Feathers

Echo North

Frankly in Love

Last Things

A Treason of Thorns

The Hive

How It Feels to Float

The Year They Fell

Looker

The Complication

The Girl You Thought I Was

Break in Case of Emergency

Allies

Impostors

Instinct

Shatter City

The Downstairs Girl

The Complication

The Grace Year

Cold White Sun

Aria

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WELCOME TO THE WINDSOR LEARNING COMMONS - COME ON IN!

Teacher Librarian

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Lisa Ottenbreit
Contact:
Windsor Secondary
931 Broadview Drive
North Vancouver, BC
V7H 2E9

Library Assistant

Karen Kirchner

Overdue Items

“Everything comes to him who waits but a loaned book.” – Frank McKinnney Hubbard

Please help us get our books returned or renewed!

The normal loan period for students is 3 weeks. We’re happy to renew books because most reading assignments go beyond this length of time. Please make a note in your online calendar/mobile device to note the due date.

All items must be in good standing if a student wants to take out another resource.

Weekly Reminders: A digital overdue notice will be sent out to your family email to remind you when your library resources are overdue. Once the overdue resource is returned or paid for, the student regains borrowing privileges

At report card time: An invoice will go to our Business Administrator. Books or payments MUST then be cleared with the office.

GOODREADS

CANADA READS

100 Canadian YA Novels to Make You Proud