Biggest Jumpers

Come into the library to see our Literacy Pro “Biggest Jumpers” display.

See the students( 2 from each class) in grades 3-6 who made the biggest jump in their Lexile scores from Term 1 to Term 2!


Keep reading everyone………’s the only way to improve those skills and it’s fun!

Mother’s Day

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It’s Mother’s Day on Sunday and we have some fun things happening in the Library to help celebrate!

Parents with younger children, why not drop into Hairy McCarey Storytime on Thursday after morning assembly ? Your little ones will get to listen to some great stories about Mums this week and meet “Hairy” the orangutan too!

Mother’s Day Guessing Competition.

Can you guess which mum belongs to which teacher?

Come into the library and take a look at at our photo wall !

Match the teacher to their mum! …….. EASY ! ( Or is it?)

Entry Forms will be at the Library Borrowing Desk.

Prizes for students who can guess them all !

(1 entry only per student.)

The competition will run from Thursday 9th May until Thursday 16th May.

Open for all Kindergarten to Year 6 students.

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Ninja Kid 3

Great news for Ninja Kid lovers…..Ninja Kid 3 by Anh Do has arrived in our library!

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Nelson cannot wait for the athletics carnival now that he is a NINJA! For the first time ever, he wont be a nerd: he will be AWESOME! But just when Nelson needs his powers the most, they get switched…with GRANDMAS! How is he going to win ANYTHING when he runs and jumps like an old lady?!

Anh Do is a Vietnamese born,Australian author, comedian and artist. He has written some very popular children’s books as well as a gripping Autobiography for older readers.

Come into the library and take a look for yourself!

Welcome Back!

Welcome back to Term 2 everyone.

We hope you had a great holiday and were able to catch up on lots of reading.

Just a reminder that you should be half-way through your reading for The Premier’s Reading Challenge now. You need to be completed by the end of this term.

Please remember to return your library books this week.

We are looking forward to another great term!

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Anzac Day

Anzac Day occurs during the school holidays this year, on April 25th.

We have a great selection of picture books that help to explain a little more about why this is an important day for Australians.

Why not come in and take a look?

Kensy and Max

Author Jacqueline Harvey is a very successful Australian children’s author. Her previous two series, Alice Miranda and Clementine Rose were very popular with girls and are in constant circulation in our library.

Her new series, Kensy and Max will appeal to both boys and girls.The books are well-written with plenty of action, a complex plot and interesting characters.

Kensy and Max are 11 year old twins who become spies!


What would you do if you woke up in a strange place? If your whole life changed in the blink of an eye and you had no idea what was going on?


What if you knew your missing parents were alive, but you couldn’t tell anyone? How would you find them and who would you trust?

BOOK 3 UNDERCOVER has just hit our shelves!

How do you keep your head in the game when someone wants you gone? When those dearest to you are far away and the future is so uncertain . . .

Book 4 OUT OF SIGHT will be available in September this year!

For ages 10+

Awesome Australians!

I LOVE hearing about other people’s stories , don’t you?

That’s why I enjoy reading Biographies ( a person’s life story written by someone else) and Autobiographies ( a person’s life story written by them self.)

We have many Biographies and Autobiographies in the Non-Fiction section of our library…… some are so inspiring!

Here are two new books in our library. They are short stories of some inspiring Australian men and women. The stories are quite easy to read, with interesting illustrations by Australian artists.

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Let’s hear it for the Australian women who have shaped our history and are expanding our future!

Shout-outs to 50 awesome Australian women with easy-to-read biographies of their incredible achievements. From Cathy Freeman to Turia Pitt, Edith Cowan to Julia Gillard, Mum Shirl to Vali Myers, plus rally car drivers, molecular biologists and more, this book is a celebration of women in all fields, from all walks of life, and from Australia’s past and present.

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Australia has some seriously ace men who have broken new ground, stood up for what they believed in, achieved incredible things and defied stereotypes. You’ll find some of those men inside the pages of this book – from astronaut Andy Thomas to YouTube maths teacher Eddie Woo, sportsman Johnathan Thurston and dancer David McAllister. Whether they end up being role models for girls or boys, it doesn’t matter, because they’re ace regardless!