There are TWO WAYS to finding resources and each will show them in a different place. The simplest one, is by selecting a topic or a type and going through the list of items shown under the title "GENERAL LIST OF ITEMS;" or two, by using the Search Box (light grey background) and perusing the results listed inside it.



Search Box:

This is an advanced search box and there are three ways in which you can use it:
1) By entering one word, i.g: faith,
2) By entering an exact phrase between quotes, i.g: "Faith on the Move" or author "John Certalic" and lastly,
3) By entering different keywords connected by logic operators "AND" / "OR" between them to really fine tune what you need, i.g: faith AND move.
After any of these three options, make sure to click the button "SEARCH."



If any, your search results will be shown before the above red line.


Under here you will find the General List of Library Resources OR a filtered list IF you have selected either a topic or a type. Both will be ordered alphabetically and are NOT related to the results of using the SEARCH BOX ABOVE this title (a light grey background with a dark border box), which will be listed, if any, inside it .
Thanks to Covid-19, the great global experiment that, in recent years, invited so many of us to call so many distant shores our homes has lost a little of its sheen. Author: Daisy Dumas Publisher: The Guardian

AUTHOR(s): Dumas, Daisy

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Drug prevention education in schools has evolved significantly since the “Just Say No” days of the ’80s — and now typically takes an approach that’s more appropriate for the era of ubiquitous weed access. It’s one that emphasizes decision-making and critical thinking skills instead of abstinence. By: Carrie Feibel

AUTHOR(s): Carrie Feibel

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A personal story of abuse at boarding school and how God is using that experience to fuel a passion to help children through Compassion International. by Wess Stafford

AUTHOR(s): Wess Stafford

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Finding the right educational options for your child can be a challenge when you live internationally. World Family Education supports that decision-making process, which is unique to every family. We provide free information, resources, and community to help you find the best schooling choices available while living in another culture. By: World Family Education
SOURCE: World Family Education

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World life expectancy has one of the largest global health and life expectancy databases in the world. Explore it through thousands of pages of Maps, Charts and feature stories. Compare your country to every country in the world. By: World Life Expectancy
SOURCE: World Life Expectancy

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