In line with the BHA Library vision, the library encourages a love of reading by linking students with a broad range of literature, authors, and storytellers that celebrate a wide spectrum of cultures and perspectives.

Students in the Junior School are offered weekly library visits with their Homeroom classes and bi-weekly visits with their language classes to borrow books that support their interests and languages.

Students in the Middle and Senior schools can access the library on a flexible basis either individually or with their class teachers.

Key Resources

Destiny eBooks (requires log-in)

(requires log-in)

Online Reading Sources

There are lots of other ways to expand your reading choices. Simply click on the links below to open up a new world of reading opportunities!

Epic! - check if your teacher has a class account, or subscribe to use at home.

Global Storybooks is a free multilingual literacy resource for children and youth worldwide.

International Children's Digital Library

The ICDL Foundation's goal is to build a collection of books that represents outstanding historical and contemporary books from throughout the world.

Project Gutenburg: Free ebooks

Project Gutenberg is a library of over 60,000 free eBooks.

Storyline Online

The SAG-AFTRA Foundation’s award-winning children’s literacy website, Storyline Online, streams videos featuring celebrated actors reading children’s books alongside creatively produced illustrations.

Tumblebooks - ask the Library team for the password


An ever-growing streaming library of animated children’s storybooks.

What Should I Read Next?

A selection of different sites to help you find new books to read.

At Unite for Literacy, we picture a world where all children have access to an abundance of books that celebrate their languages and cultures and cultivate a lifelong love of reading.

Girls are powerful, active, interesting makers in charge of their lives.

Promotional Reading Activities

Throughout the year BHA library offers opportunities for students and parents to get involved in different reading activities. Click on the links below to find about more.

An Annual Book Award Selected by International School Students in Korea

LitWorld founded World Read Aloud Day in 2010 as an opportunity for people all around the globe to celebrate the joy of reading aloud, and advocate for literacy as a fundamental human right that belongs to everyone.

The #SDGBookClub helps children learn about the Sustainable Development Goals.

Holiday Reading Programs

Every year BHA library offers holiday reading suggestions. There is a summer reading challenge for Junior, Middle and Senior School and also a Winter reading challenge for Middle and Senior school.