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ILC survey

The ILC would like to invite you to take part in a survey rating what kind of services you’d like to see more of.

Think we need a little more Zombie-Fiction, but a tonne more non-fiction on things which go bang? Give Fiction in the survey a 20, and non-fiction an 80! Let us know what makes the ILC great, and what could be better. Click the link below, it will only take you about a minute, and let us know how to improve.

Click here to take part in our survey

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Welcome to the ILC

Hi guys,

Welcome to the new ILC blog at St Laurence School. We’re hoping that you can use this space to see what’s going on in the ILC, even if your day is too busy to pop in. Keep an eye out for new stock, see what reads we’re focusing on this week or even learn a new word of the week.

We’ll also be letting you know about events and competitions that are happening throughout the year, like World Book Day, author visits, review competitions and loads more.

Keep Reading,

The ILC Team

The ILC in Numbers

Wonder what the most popular books are at St Laurence? Well read on…

Top 15 books issues so far this year, in ascending order.

15. The Fault In Our Stars – John Green

14. Things a Bright Girl Can Do – Sally Nicholls

13. The Hunger Games – Suzanne Collins

12. Cuckoo Song – Frances Hardinge

11. Ready Player One – Ernest Cline

10. Mortal Engines – Philip Reeve

9. Rooftoppers – Katherine Rundell

8. Rebound – Kwame Alexander

7. Hyperbole and a Half – Allie Brosh

6. Sputniks Guide To Life On Earth – Frank Cottrell Boyce

5. The House With Chicken Legs – Sophie Anderson

4. Apple And Rain – Sarah Crossan

3. Railhead – Philip Reeve

2. Charlie And The Chocolate Factory – Roald Dahl

1.One – Sarah Crossan

The borrows of One amounted to 0.005 of total loans from the ILC this year!