Welcome to the AISZ Library


As we are getting closer to the end of the school year, please be aware that 

all books (library books, textbooks, class novels)

must be returned by Wednesday, May 29th.



The end of the school year and summer vacation is just around the corner. This means it is time to return all your books and get library books to read over the summer. It is the perfect time to pick up a good book - strictly for enjoyment or to practice newly acquired reading skills.

Studies show that children and teens who read during the summer are better prepared for school in the fall. Also, reading for fun results in significant 

gains in vocabulary, fluency, and comprehension. 

The library is again offering returning AISZ students the opportunity to borrow library books over the summer holiday starting June 6th. The students can check out up to 30 books for the summer and should return them during the first week of school. Any lost or damaged books must be paid at their replacement cost.


Please return all library books the first week of school. 

We got some great new books and would LOVE for you to be able to check new books out. 

September Choice Board 2021 (to share)
Copy of Our May Choice Board 2021
Copy of May Choice Board
Copy of Let's Celebrate and Learn About Cinco de Mayo, May 5th (PebbleGo)
Copy of Star Wars Choice Board (with games)
Copy of Diwali Choice Board To Share
Copy of Copy of November Choice Board 2021 To Share
Copy of October Choice Board To Share 2021


  1. VISIT  http://eu-schools.scholastic.co.uk/american-school-of-zagreb
  2. BROWSE and SHOP from a selection of great books. You can click on Mini, XD, or Teen
  3. ADD the books that you would like to order into your basket
  4. CHECKOUT when you are ready to place your order
  5. ENTER your email address and password
  6. FINALIZE payment details for your order and checkout. 


To encourage reading, and to make buying books in English easier, we are continuing with the Scholastic Book Club. You can go directly online to browse and order the latest books. 

Please place your order online by Wednesday, May 12th, 2021. All book orders will be shipped to the school. We will then sort all the books out (following Covid guidelines) and distribute them to each classroom and to each student.

 If you have any questions regarding placing your order, email us at: library@aisz.hr

Copy of April 2021 Choice Board To Share (PebbleGo and PebbleGo Next for Earth Day)
Copy of Poetry Choice Board
Copy of Let's Celebrate Earth Day 2021 (National Geographic Kids)
BOOK spine POETRY - library week 2021
Monday Choice Board- Library Week
Tuesday- Library Week
Wednesday- Library Week
Thursday- Library Week
Friday- Library Week
National Crayon Day Choice Board
Copy of Digital Learning , 2021
To Share Let's Celebrate St. Patrick's Day

Go on a field trip with Hopper! 

Hopper The Explorer is found in Google Arts and Culture as a Google Experiment. 

  1. When you click on Let's Go, it takes you into Google Maps. 
  2. It asks you to Drag Hopper Over The Map and drops him on the little circles.
  3. When you drop him on the first one, Hopper's Rock, it gives important information on Hopper, where he is from, important facts about all...rockhoppers and......even links to other famous rockhoppers. 
  4. After you visit Hopper's Rock, it's time to explore other places. Just find one of the circles and drop Hopper there. It will show you where he landed in Google Maps. It's so much fun because little Hopper is dancing all around. 
  5. You can send Hopper anywhere by clicking around the map and even... take a Polaroid picture. 
  6. You can click on Learn More for information about... You can also type in places you want Hopper to visit in the left-hand corner. 

Have fun with Hopper traveling around the world, while learning about places and geography too!
To Share March 2021 Choice Board

Thank you for attending!

Stay tuned for upcoming workshops

Plugged-in Parents (K-G8) - Keeping kids safe, happy, and healthy in a digital age

As most of you know, we have started delivering digital citizenship lessons to our students using the award-winning K–12 Digital Citizenship Curriculum - Common Sense Education. Now we also want to share some valuable tips and tools with families and are planning an online session (via zoom) for parents on:  Thursday, February 18th  from 10:45-11:45 AM.

Please fill out the following form to register for the session. 

We will send the zoom link to everyone who has registered for the session. 

Let's Follow the Rover's Mission To Mars, February 2021
To Share #2 February 2021 Choice Board (With PebbleGo and PebbleGo Next To Fit)
Lunar New Year Choice Board for Everyone
To Share... Happy Valentine's Day Choice Board
You've Been Virtually Book'd For Black History Month
Copy of To Share, Let's Learn About Groundhog Day Choice Board
Copy of Martin Luther King Jr. Choice Board To Share


In our Virtual Maker Space, you can explore and engage all kinds of activities including art, building, coding, coloring, paper crafts, music, photography, digital storytelling, card and poster making, robotics and more.   


Are you ready for some spooky Halloween stories?!

By clicking on this link, you can access a virtual bookshelf - there, by clicking on any book cover you like, you get to watch a very very sPoOoOoOoOkY read-aloud!

BANNED BOOKS WEEK  (Sept. 27 – Oct. 3)  

Banned Books Week (September 27 - October 3, 2020) is an annual event celebrating the freedom to read. Typically held during the last week of September, it spotlights current and historical attempts to censor books in libraries and schools. It brings together the entire book community — librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and readers of all types — in shared support of the freedom to seek and to express ideas, even those some consider unorthodox or unpopular.

Take a look at our displays to find more info on that and maybe you'll even find a (banned book) for yourself too!

Story Map walk-through Banned Books 

This interactive map helps you discover why some of the books have been banned or challenged throughout our history.

Take a look at what our teachers are reading in this Catch a Book and Read challenge!