'Jean was just a normal New Zealand girl. She loved lying on the grass in her back yard and gazing into the clouds. She would daydream that she was a bird, gliding high, high up in the sky.' Jean dreams of flying p.2
This and Ed climbs a big hillare in the library on display then they will be filed in the non-fiction area.
OPAHEKE SCHOOL LIBRARY Opaheke School Library is a warm, friendly, busy library. It is open every school day to all students and staff. The primary purpose of having a School Library is to strengthen student learning.
Values of Reading
Opens up, feeds and sustains the imagination
Provides independent learning for life
Absorption, engagement and expression of new ideas
Helps, supports life-long interests
Enriches and deepens language skills for thinking, speaking and writing
Knowledge creates confidence to participate in every aspect of society
Let's pretend that the little person in this picture is bringing all his overdue books back... As of today (Friday 1st April) we still have 75 books that were due back before the 21st March. The total of books in circulation (overdue and current) is 670. Letters will be sent home today- see Mrs Pryor/Mrs Smith if you have a problem. Last day for issuing this term is Wednesday 6th April. Our returns competition starts on Monday 11th - 13th. Maybe your class will win!