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Library: 13 March 2017

13 March 2017

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We are getting very excited for Book Week!! As Ms Leanne has already mentioned in the newsletter, there are lots of activities taking place across the primary school. In the library we will be running our ever-popular Used and New (Kinokuniya) Book Sale, Library Treasure Hunt, Guess the Book and Library Cinema presents The BFG - based on the fantastic book by Roald Dahl!

Used- and New Book Sale!!

We are still collecting used books for our used Book Sale. Do you have any books at home you don't read anymore and are still in good condition? Please feel free to donate them, so that we can add the books to our Used Book Sale! You will collect house points and ALL proceedings from the sale will go to an orphanage called Baan Luuk Rak In Khon Kaen to contribute to a playground. You can drop of your used books inside the library.

Both book sales will be open every day throughout the week from 7.30am until 4pm.

High School Parents Consultations

After attending two successful YR7 and YR8 PSTs, it’s now YR9’s turn on Tuesday. If you have any questions with regards to recommended book lists, appropriate reading for YR9 or any concerns/ questions with regards to your son/daughter’s reading, please come and see me during the PST in the Sports Hall.

Books of the Week

 

Early Years: Recipe For a Story
By: Ella Burfoot

Cooking up a good story is easy if you have the right ingredients! Break some thoughts into a cup, add some characters, sprinkle with full stops and capital letters, and glaze with happy endings. If the proof of the pudding is in the tasting, then this book should make for delicious reading! A charming introduction to the joy of writing and reading stories.


Primary Fiction (10+): Goodbye Stranger
By: Rebecca Stead


This brilliant novel by Newbery Medal winner Rebecca Stead explores multiple perspectives on the bonds and limits of friendship. Bridge is an accident survivor who’s wondering why she’s still alive. Emily has new curves and an almost-boyfriend who wants a certain kind of picture. Tabitha sees through everybody’s games—or so she tells the world. The three girls are best friends with one rule: No fighting. Can it get them through seventh grade?

This year everything is different for Sherm Russo as he gets to know Bridge Barsamian. What does it mean to fall for a girl—as a friend? On Valentine’s Day, an unnamed high school girl struggles with a betrayal. How long can she hide in plain sight? Each memorable character navigates the challenges of love and change in this captivating novel.


Primary Non-Fiction: The Lonely Planet Kids Travel Book: Mind-Blowing Stuff on Every Country in the World
By: Lonely Planets Kids

Take a world tour through 200 countries with this brand new edition of the bestselling kids' version of Lonely Planet's popular The Travel Book, loaded with thousands of amazing facts on wildlife, how people live, sports, hideous and mouthwatering food, festivals and a wide range of other quirky insights on every page. Every single country gets its own dedicated page, and a mix of photography and beautiful illustrations brings each land to life. Perfect for keeping explorers aged 8 years and up entertained on the road.


High School Fiction: The Black River Chronicles: Level One (Black River Academy Book 1)
By: Jessica Sorensen

"...superb pacing, competent writing, well-described action, fun situations, and appealing characters... Well-crafted fantasy fiction about a team of young trainees tackling dangerous missions." -- Kirkus Reviews (22 Nov 2016)

You know these characters: The ranger, the fighter, the wizard, the rogue. But haven't you ever wondered how they learned to be those things? Three months into his studies at the Black River Academy of Swordcraft and Spellcraft, Durren Flintrand is shocked by the news that from now on he'll be assigned to a party, and that his only hope of progressing beyond the lowly rank of level one is to succeed with his new companions. However, Durren has a secret that may make that impossible, and his three partners have problems of their own. Wizard Areinelimus is terrified of her own magic. Rogue Tia has no patience at all with others. And warrior Hule is just an idiot. In fact, when a disembodied, floating eyeball is your most competent party member, you know you have serious problems. To stand a chance of succeeding, they need to work together, and that means learning to tolerate each other, while surviving a world of angry rat people, murderous sorcerers and homicidal unicorns. But even if they can somehow find a way to get along, dark and ancient forces are stirring, ones no level one students should ever have to confront...The Black River Chronicles is a new fantasy series from David Tallerman and Michael Wills. Set in an academy for young adventurers in training, the Black River Academy, our new dungeon crawlers set out to learn the ropes. Follow them in their adventures and misadventures and see if they save the day, or flunk out of school before earning their next level.

One day ago my life was pretty perfect. But a lot can change in a day.
In one day, I went from being Ashlynn Wynterland, one of the most popular girls in school to being the girl who spends lunchtime hiding out in Mr. Chester’s classroom and watching Maxon Harter and his science obsessed friends mess around with experiments. All because Queeny Harlington thinks I made out with her crush.
Queeny Harlington is the queen of Fareland high. And up until a day ago, she was my best friend. Now she’s my worst enemy who’s threatening to tell the entire school all of my secrets.

Being the friendless, social outcast has its downsides. So, when Maxon Harter invites me to hang out with him and his mad scientist friends, I accept his offer, even though they all seem to despise me. Which is fine. Sort of…

The truth is I’ve always thought Maxon was cute in a weirdly unordinary way. And the more I get to know him, the more I find myself crushing on him badly. Which makes me wonder if I’ve always been a weirdly unordinary kind of girl, but was too afraid to admit it.
But when Queeny decides to tell everyone my darkest secret of all, I doubt Maxon and my new friends will accept me anymore. I need to stop her, and the only way to do that may be to figure out who made up the rumor that I kissed her crush.


Book cover and review source: Amazon.com

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