Library News | Preparatory Schooldeveloper
On Tuesday of Week 7, Deb Abela will be visiting the boys in Years 3-6 to share her experiences as an author and read some of her work. If students would like to purchase a signed copy of one of her books, please use the this LINK to make your purchase.
On Thursday the same week, Gus Gordon will be visiting the boys in Kindy-Year 2 for a similar experience. Unfortunately, books will not be available for purchase for this event.
On Friday 18th March we will be celebrating Harmony Day, this year’s theme is “Everyone Belongs”.
Harmony Week celebrates Australia’s cultural diversity. It’s about inclusiveness, respect and a sense of belonging for everyone.
We are running a Harmony Day competition where boys are to create a poster of what Harmony Day looks like to them!
Author Spotlight – Libby Hathorn
Elizabeth Helen “Libby ” Hathorn is an Australian award-winning author and poet of more than eighty books for children and young people. Born in Newcastle, New South Wales, Libby attended Balmain Teachers College and worked as a teacher librarian from 1965 to 1981.
With a focus on highlighting the rights of children and the importance of nurturing them, Libby’s works often feature diverse characters from many walks of life, including a homeless child in Way Home, and a hearing-impaired child in What Rosie Hears.
Libby’s latest book, The Best Cat, the Est Cat, invites young readers to explore the Archives at the State Library of NSW to find the biggest, smallest, strangest, rarest, and even pooiest(!) artefacts from Australia’s history.