Imagine you were the only child in your family and you were a girl. What would you do if your father was too old to take part in the army to fight for the nation?
Mulan who is loyal, brave, and true pretends to be a man and takes her father’s place. How can she hide her secret as she trains with her fellow soldiers? With the enemy getting nearer, how does Mulan become the hero for our nation?
This thrilling novelization that takes you back inside the world of the Walt Disney action film, Mulan is waiting for you at the school library!
Are you a good friend? Who’s your Valentine’s date? How romantic are you? Can you be a successful pop star? Which career is right for you? Are you a shopaholic? How fit are you? How green are you?
Do you want to know more about yourself? Why not try different quizzes to get to know more about yourself?
The book, Timesaver Personality Quizzes, gives you 50 attractive personality quizzes covering many areas of teenagers’ interest, like friendship, love and romance, clothes and fashion, family, etc.
Do pay a visit to the school library today, borrow the book and have fun with your friends!
“Romeo & Juliet by William Shakespeare”
“No way! It’s boring and too difficult to read!”
“Don’t get me wrong! I don’t mean the classic one. I mean a comic book.”
Hi HPW kids,
Do you know what the story, Romeo & Juliet written by one of the greatest authors, William Shakespeare is about?
If you love somebody at first sight but you find out your family and his/her family are enemies, how can you both deal with the situation and find happiness together?
Why not borrow the comic book from our library? The pictures are very well drawn. There are many activities you can do before, while, and after reading at the back of the comic book. A picture dictionary and a word list are also included in the comic book as well.
There are other classic titles in the comic style you can find them in our school library too.
What are you waiting for?
Teenagers are young and energetic and have never worried about their bones not being strong enough. But do you know that one in three women and one in twelve men over the age of 50 have osteoporosis (a disease that causes the bones to become weaker and easily broken)? You may say you’re far away from 50 years old. But think about your parents. They may need your advice. Why not learn something about keeping your bones strong from the book Ms. Lise recommends you? In fact, much can be done to protect and improve bone health by eating the right food.
The book gives you the advice to choose and use the best ingredients for you and your family. There are delicious recipes that are rich in calcium to help strengthen your bones.
What are you waiting for? Please do come and borrow the book from the school library!
Everybody knows breakfast is the most important meal of the day especially for teenagers who are growing very fast. But if you’re tired of having local classic breakfast like luncheon meat and egg noodles, ham and egg vermicelli, Siu Mai, fish balls, etc., why don’t you have a look at the book Ms. Lise introduces? The book gives you many ideas about what you can have to start a great day while giving you enough energy for your busy day from French Omelet, Belgian Waffles to egg dishes and quick bread. Have a look at it and you won’t skip breakfast anymore!
One of the yearly themes of our school is nurturing development, i.e. to develop physical and mental health. Then “Food for Thought” is the right book for you to read. This book tells you in a simple way how food provides the energy and nutrition you need to do all the activities in your day. And you will be able to make the right food choices by reading this book.
Are you looking for a book simple and interesting enough to read?
“Minions Who’s the Boss?” is perhaps the one you could try. For millions of years, the Minions have wandered Earth, looking for the right villain to be their master. In their hunt for the perfect leader, they have served dinosaurs, kings, and even monsters. But when they give up, who will lead them to continue their search?
Is the elephant the biggest animal in the world? Are both coal and diamond made of the same material? Is glass made of sand? …
Can you answer the above questions with explanation? Please borrow the book from the school library and you can learn very interesting knowledge!