It’s Week 8….our last week of term.
We really need you to return your library books or come to the library to discuss lost books.
Please help us to get our job done so that we can have our library fully stocked and ready for service in 2019.
It’s Week 7.
All books that have been borrowed from the library should be returned as soon as possible, so that we can prepare the shelves for the start of next year. Thanks so much to the parents, teachers and students who have already returned all of their books.
If books have been lost or misplaced, please contact the library and let us know of the situation.
Remember, if you can’t find books loaned to you, they should be payed for at the uniform shop and then the receipt brought to the library. We will then clear your loan and buy a replacement copy of the book or textbook lost.If you then find these books within six months, we will refund your money.
Thanks so much for your co-operation.
Can you believe we are in Week 6 already?
We would really appreciate all library books being returned this week. This will enable us to stock take, tidy and shelve in preparation for next year.
There will be no more borrowing this year. Prep to Year 6 will be able to return their books during library lessons this week as usual but will not be able to borrow.
Please let us know if you are unable to find your library books or textbooks.
If you have lost any books, it would be greatly appreciated if you could pay the cost of replacement( as indicated on the Overdue Notice) as soon as possible to the Uniform Shop and then bring the receipt to the library. We will then clear your overdue notice from the system. If the book turns up within the next six months, we will refund you the money.
We would really appreciate your assistance.
The Enola Holmes Mysteries is a young adult fiction series of detective novels by American author Nancy Springer, starring Enola Holmes as the fourteen-year-old sister of an already-famous Sherlock Holmes, twenty years her senior.
The Case of the Missing Marquess: Enola Holmes
While searching the clues to her missing mother’s whereabouts, fourteen-year-old Enola Holmes, the younger sister of Sherlock Holmes, suddenly gets involved in the kidnapping of a young Marquess and must put the search for her mother on hold in order to save the spoiled girl from her dangerous captors.
A new Young Adult fiction series. Available in our library now.
Flying Ninja by Anh Do
Nelson is a ninja. He’s not the coolest. Or the bravest. But he is the world’s nerdiest ninja! And now he has to stop an animal rampage and machines going crazy all over town! For that, he’ll need his new jetpack… and some serious ninja skills! How will Nelson learn to fly when he’s scared of heights?!
If you enjoyed “From Nerd to Ninja”, the first book in this series, then why not give Book 2 a try?
For ages 7+
Once upon a time there was a dear little girl called Peony. That’s P.E.O.N.Y. And it’s me. I live in a Castle with my Dragon whose name is Totts. That’s T.O.T.T.S And that makes me a Princess if you really want to know. Princess Peony is not really a princess, but she does have a pet dragon, which means she’s kind of like a princess. In her first adventure, she must keep an evil troll (her brother) from trying to steal her dragon (dog) – and avoid being eaten by a bear, which is really hard work.
A great book for early readers. Ages 5+
It was such a successful Book Fair we had, wasn’t it !
So many great books were available to buy.
If you missed out on buying a book at The Book Fair, we have quite a selection of them ready to be borrowed from the Library!
Last week was a great week at William Carey……we celebrated Book Week!
The theme for this year was “Find Your Treasure”.
Here in the library, we dressed as pirates all week.
Did you see the library? It had a treasure chest as well as a pirate ship !
The students in K-6 enjoyed having stories read to them by a “Mystery Teacher” after Recess each day and being read to in a “Secret location” one day. Thanks to the teachers who dressed up each day and made the experience so exciting for the students.
The Book Fair Arrived on Wednesday and left this morning. We sold a lot of books which will enable us to purchase more for the library. Thankyou.
The week ended with Grandparents Day and a Book Parade on Friday. We were were blessed with beautiful weather. It was so nice to see so many Grandparents at school.
What a great week was Book Week 2018!
We will be celebrating Book Week at WCCS in Week 1 of Term 4.
The theme for this year is “Find Your Treasure”.
Lots of exciting times ahead this week. Come into the library for a visit.