Library Land – 2013

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Welcome to Library Land for 2013

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Hello everyone,

Your library is waiting for you to visit. We are wondering how many books will be borrowed this year.

Take a guess at how many will be borrowed. Place your guess into the box in the library.

A big welcome to Miss Archer who will be working with us on Wednesdays.

Miss Orders and Mrs Lippis have returned and are looking forward to seeing everyone.

Watch out for our new book display. We know you will  find something interesting to enjoy.

Make sure you tell us what you like to read.

Hope you enjoy your visits to the library.

Cheers,

Mrs L

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“Welcome to Library Land for 2013”

  1. February 1st, 2013 at 3:23 pm      Reply Miss W. Says:

    G’day Mrs Lippis,
    Here is a link to another blog we created last year related to the National Year of Reading. There are some great links on here to author websites and if ever you have some great book reviews from your students, I would love to post them on my blog for others to read. http://www.eschoolblogs.org.au/reading

    Congratulations on starting blogging.


  2. April 5th, 2013 at 2:01 pm      Reply Aaron Says:

    Hi Mrs Lippis
    I hope you had a happy easter and got lots of chocolate to eat!
    See you in library
    Bye Aaron!


  3. April 21st, 2013 at 9:23 am      Reply Madison Says:

    Hi Mrs Lippis,
    I think every book in the library will be borrowed at least once.
    Even all the copies of each book.
    Madison.


  4. July 12th, 2013 at 8:07 pm      Reply Annabel Says:

    Hello,
    I enjoy coming to library. I like to read Enid Blyton books and have been reading the Magic Faraway Tree series. The copies I have been reading are from when my Mum was little, so that goes to show that they have been around for a very long time. I also like to read books written by Paul Jennings and Andy Griffiths as both authors have the same type of writing style, and most of their books are extremely funny. Another one of the series of books I like to read are called Emily Eyefinger, but I don’t know who the author is. Enjoy your holidays and I will probably see you next time I visit the library.
    Bye, Annabel


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