Well many people around the world will be celebrating Valentine's Day this Thursday by giving cards and gifts to family and loved ones. It is estimated that 190 million Valentines are sent each year in America! Check out http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Valentine's_Day  to learn some more fun facts and history about Valentine's Day.
This Valentine's Day give a friend a good book recommendation. I absolutely loved, loved, loved
The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane by Kate DiCamillo. I loved the language the author used in this book and the way she develops the characters. I never knew I could ever become so attached to a china rabbit...read it and you will understand! I was super excited to see a student borrow this fabulous book last week and can't wait to hear what she thinks.

What book have you fallen in love with and why?

Mr Darma
13/2/2013 04:38:32 pm

I guess every day can be full of love...for books! At the moment SGD is reading 'The Happiest Refugee' an autobiography about the childhood and life of Anh Do popular Aussie comedian. I fell in love with this book when I first read it and I think SGD are enjoying it very much at the moment as well. It is funny, action packed and actually contains some really interesting information about immigration in Australia. If you have time check it out!

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Mrs Bicknell
17/2/2013 02:15:30 pm

I just love the picture book "Ten Little Fingers and Ten Little Toes" by Mem Fox. My baby grand-daughter just adores it and giggles as we read it together. The illustrations are cute too. As everyone knows, nothing is sweeter than ten little fingers and ten little toes.

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Sarah Chaston
7/5/2013 04:18:46 pm

I fell in love with the book called " Gangsta Granny" by David Wallliams. I won it in the autumn reading challange. Thanks Miss Ryan for giving me this book and the opportunity to read this book!!

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Raeley Davidson
16/1/2014 08:15:02 am

I loved the books

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