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Personal Project: Bibliography & Appendices

Guidance for completing the MYP Personal Project

Bibliography and Appendices


American woodworker, (2015). Woodworking Around the Home with the Neighborhood Carpenter - 05 Little Free Library. [video] Available at: [Accessed 23 Nov. 2015].

Announcement flyer. (2015). 1st ed. [ebook] Hudson: Little Free Library, p.1. Available at: [Accessed 5 Oct. 2015].

Bone, C. (2012). Five reasons to build a little free library. Kidaround, 5(4), p.21.

Brown, S. (2014). Little Free Libraries popping up across Melbourne. [online] ABC News. Available at: [Accessed 17 Nov. 2015].

Corbett, S. (2013). The complete illustrated guide to woodworking. Leicestershire: Southwater.

Kresse, J. (2015). This Little Free Library on Springfield Avenue was modeled after a little red schoolhouse. [image] Available at: [Accessed 9 Nov. 2015].

Little Free Library, (2015). The history of the little free library. [online] Available at: [Accessed 30 Sep. 2015].

Wilonsky, R. (2015). Dallas throws the book at family’s Little Free Library, but city officials are looking for a happy ending. The Dallas Morning News. [online] Available at: [Accessed 30 Apr. 2015].

  • These are short sections from your process journal that provide examples of the knowledge, processes and skills you developed throughout the project. 
  • You are limited to 10 A4 appendices plus an additional A4 page providing evidence of your product.
  • You must number your appendices from 1-11 and refer to them, in numerical order, throughout the body of your report. The appendices are placed at the end of your report, before your bibliography.

For example: 

"When researching my family's history of migration I used a variety of sources of information including websites, interviews and visits to the Immigration Museum of Melbourne where I consulted primary sources in the form of ships' records".

(See Appendix 1)