We received 103 entries all-up for the Cover Art Competition for kids at the library, and the standard is high! You can see the hard work (and love of reading) that has gone into the artworks, in this slideshow video:
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And when you have time, these short Winter Wonderland films made in Springwood Library are worth a look!Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( None so far )
The kids at Springwood library were in for a treat last friday. They were enthralled for the entirety of the show ‘Wake Up and Read with Frank Ozo’ – a one-man comedy incorporating music, drama, mime, puppetry, magic and circus skills all linked with short charming tales about growing up in Australia. Each tale is another piece in the puzzle of how Frank came to do what he does today and tells the important role books played in his life. The photos are by John Merriman – thanks, John!
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Last Friday, the National Year of Reading was officially opened at Springwood Civic Centre by Aniko, Vicki and the Mayor – with face painting, balloon swords and animals, and a wonderful concert for kids by musical duo, Little Poppy. Thanks to Sue for the photos!Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( 1 so far )
The latest class at Blaxland Library looked at using everyday items to make art: in this case, sticky tape!Read Full Post | Make a Comment ( 1 so far )
Significant People in Australia’s History is a historic encyclopedia in 10 volumes for primary school ages. It has recently been added to the Reference collection at Springwood. The layout is clear and should please most learners. It covers: Indigenous Australia, Early Sea Exploration, Early Settlements, Colonial Life, New Nation, Boom Times and the Great Depression, World War 2 and Post-war Recovery, Building Modern Australia, and Australia, a Global Nation.
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