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Junior School Summer Reading Challenge
This summer the Library staff are hoping that students and parents will join us in our Junior School Summer Reading Challenge. Each student will bring home a card with the challenge details, a copy of the card can be found below. The goal is to complete all the tiles and submit your details by scanning the QR code and completing the Google form. All students who complete the challenge will have their name put in the draw to win a $25 Scholastic Book Voucher. There will be two book vouchers for each year level. So, let the challenge begin and happy reading!
Matt Haig is an author from England who is known for his adult fiction and non-fiction. However, he has also written many wonderful children’s books, one of which “A Boy Called Christmas”, has been made into a movie this year. The first three books in the “A Boy Called Christmas” series are available in the Library and they tell the magical story of flying reindeer, truth pixies and how a young boy became Father Christmas. They are a great way to start getting into the Christmas spirit!
These books are recommended for 8 years plus.
As we approach the last week of the school year it is time to finalise Library borrowing. Students have until Monday 6th December to return all books. Once their account is cleared, they are welcome to borrow for the summer holidays. Any outstanding overdue books at the end of term will be forwarded onto finance to add to school accounts. Please contact the Library staff if you have any queries about overdue books email@example.com
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