Monthly Archives: October 2015

The Very Important Godwit – NZ Bird of the Year!!

Who remembers reading this book in the library this year? We learned quite a lot about Godwits and how they migrate all the way to Alaska, stopping only once in China, and then after having a family fly all the … Continue reading

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Funny Faces with Room 1 and Room 2

Can you spot the Funny Face chimps on these pictures? Room 1 and Room 2 were having a look at some new books we have in the library this week, a set of National Geographic Early Readers which are full … Continue reading

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Grandpa’s Great Escape – a fantastic new book from David Walliams

Here we have another hilarious story from one of our favourite authors, David Walliams. A brave young boy Jack is left to fight his Grandad’s corner alone when his parents abandon him to the local retirement home Twilight Towers, a … Continue reading

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Montmorency by Eleanor Updale – new series to the library

I’m just about to finish the second of this series of books new to the library and I am really enjoying the series. This is how the author describes the first book, Montmorency: Montmorency is set between 1875 and 1880. … Continue reading

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