Wonder by R.J. Palacio
Read the review by scanning the QR code below.
Shooting Kabul N.J.Senzai
The crimson thread Suzanne Weyn
In order to improve the use of resources in the JS Library, the Oliver catalogue has the function of READING LISTS.
All teachers and students have been introduced to this resource.
In order to make the most of the function READING LISTS and to ensure it meets your needs, please complete the survey below.
Do you love Shaun Tan books? Do you love picture books? Are you creative and love writing stories?
Then this website might be for you.
“A rap for Stages 3 and 4 English. Activities focus on the Oscar award winning The lost thing animation and picture book. Share ideas. Create stories.”
We are collecting the Little Mates books from Scholastic. These cute little books are a lovely way to introduce alliteration or focus on a letter (i.e. A). We are up to the letter C.
Another wonderful thing about these books is they are based around Australian animals and settings. Perfect. Highly recommended for little bodies.
Try Scholastic’s Book-A-Like
Go to the Book-A-Like link and input the book that you liked to find others similar to it.
This Book Widget allows you to search easily for a book at your level.
Give it a go.
This week we were entertained and educated about reading and writing by Rebecca Johnson and Richard Newsome.
Here is a photovisi of them and the students in action.
Let us know what you enjoyed about their visit.
Write a review for a book you have read and complete the FEATURE BOOK recommendation label.
This label will be added to the cover of the book or will be displayed in the Junior Fiction chapter book section of the JS Library.
The best review each week is rewarded by a Lucky Dip prize.
So get reading and writing.
See our FEATURE BOOKS for Term 4.
Read a blurb about each of them HERE.