Book Fair Mania hits Beaconsfield!

It was hugs and high fives all round for students today as Geronimo Stilton returned to help show off the Book Fair. There are some lovely new books to look at and, if you are lucky, to buy! Most of the books we saw in the brochures are here – the new Minecraft book will arrive by Wednesday so if you were disappointed not to see it today don’t worry, you can buy these and get your copies by the end of the week.

Don’t forget to comment on the question below to be in the draw for a voucher to spend at the book fair.

Tuesday’s Question

On one of the pages on the main menu there are a number of links to websites that are all about BOOKS!!! Tell me one of Mem Fox’s 10 Read-Aloud Commandments!
(Hint: Look at the tabs that go across this page under the main photo to go to the Books page. Scroll down to find Mem Fox!)

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9 Responses to Book Fair Mania hits Beaconsfield!

  1. Anonymous says:

    Sorry we are abit late! Lucy J = Spend at least ten happy minutes every day reading aloud.
    Tom J = Read at least three stories a day: it may be the same story three times. Children need to hear a thousand stories before they can begin to learn to read. Or the same story a thousand times!

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  2. Tom D says:

    Read with joy and enjoyment: real enjoyment for yourself and great joy for the listeners. Tom D Rm 3

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  3. Lucy D says:

    Never ever teach reading, or get tense around books. Lucy D Rm 4

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  4. I’m seeing lots of wonderful ideas in the comments about reading aloud to children so well done those of you who have found the link and chosen one. The names going in the draw so far for today are Zoe and Cooper D, Lucy & Jack P & Savannah.

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  5. Look for rhymes rhythm or repetition in books for young children and make sure the books are really short. Woo hoo Savannah Rm 5

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  6. Jack P says:

    Spend at least ten wildly happy minutes every day reading aloud from birth

    Jack P room 3

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  7. Lucy P says:

    Read with joy and enjoyment
    Lucy P room 4

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  8. Anonymous says:

    Cooper D Room 3 – number 2 Read at least three stories a day: it may be the same story 3 times. Child need to hear a thousand stories before they can begin to learn to read. Or the same story a thousand times!

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  9. Anonymous says:

    Zoe D – number 4 Read with joy and enjoyment: real enjoyment for yourself and great joy for the listeners

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