Wings of Fire is a fantasy novel series written by Tui T. Sutherland about young dragons, war and prophecies.
The seven dragon tribes have been at war for generations. But a secret movement called the Talons of Peace is determined to bring an end to the fighting, with the help of a prophecy. Five dragonets are collected to fulfill the prophecy, raised in a hidden cave and enlisted, against their will, to end the terrible war.
The latest book, the twelfth in this series is now available in our library…..
We are looking forward to another exciting year here in the library. Hope you are too.
Are you ready for the Challenge?
It’s time to start reading and recording your books for the Premier’s Reading Challenge again. Class teachers and library teachers will be encouraging all students to take up the challenge and read, read, read!
Premiers Reading Challenge: The NSW Premier’s Reading Challenge (PRC) aims to encourage in students a love of reading for leisure and pleasure, and to enable students to experience quality literature. It is not a competition but a challenge to each student to read, to read more and to read more widely.
In order to complete the challenge, students need to read:
Years K-2: 30 books (25 PRC ‘yellow dot’ and 5 free choice)
Years 3-4: 20 books (15 PRC ‘purple dot’ books and 5 free choice)
Years 5-6: 20 books (15 PRC ‘orange or brown dot’ books and 5 free choice)
Years 7-9: 20 books (15 PRC ‘orange dot’ books and 5 free choice)
For more detailed information about the challenge, ask your friendly librarian or visit The NSW Premier’s Reading Challenge website by CLICKING HERE.
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.
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.
Meet your new assistant principal — Miss Frost! Uh-oh, that’s not good. At least we’re away on camp. Mr Bambuckle lets us eat marshmallows before dinner! Is that a spark-maker beetle? Shh! What was that noise? The class in room 12B are having fun in the wilderness. Until Miss Frost crashes camp.