Tag Archives: Science Fiction

Book of the Month – September

Our Book of the Month (BOM) for September is “Hatchet” by Gary Paulsen!

Welcome the new school year with this classic Canadian novel.  On the way to visit his father, Brian’s single-engine plane crashes in the wilderness. Brian must learn to survive with nothing more than a torn windbreaker and a hatchet. Gary Paulsen’s “Hatchet” is a thrilling account of one boy’s harrowing tale of survival. Read this spellbinding novel with us!

 

1) Write us a review (#BookBankReads) and we will post it to our blog

2) Tweet your thoughts on our choice to @bookbankcanada using the hashtag #bookbankreads

3) Follow @thechildrensbookbank on Instagram and post a picture of yourself reading using the hashtag #bookbankreads

Book of the Month – August

Our Book of the Month (BOM) for August is “A Wrinkle in Time” by Madeleine L’Engle!

First published in 1963, “A Wrinkle in Time” is an award winning science fiction novel enjoyed by both children and adults. This classic story follows Meg Murry through time and space in an epic journey to rescue her father. Join us in reading this exciting (and controversial) tale!

“If I have something I want to say that is too difficult for adults to swallow, then I will write it in a book for children.” – Madeleine L’Engle

A Wrinkle in Time

1) Write us a review (#BookBankReads) and we will post it to our blog

2) Tweet your thoughts on our choice to @bookbankcanada using the hashtag #bookbankreads

3) Follow @thechildrensbookbank on Instagram and post a picture of yourself reading using the hashtag #bookbankreads