Library News | Junior News

This week we are excited to welcome back some of the students to school.

The Library will be open during the day for boys to return books borrowed in term 2 and to choose new books to take home. We can’t wait to see all the boys next week!

Borrowing days will be:

Year 6 – Monday and Wednesday

Year 5 – Tuesday

Year 3 and 4 – Thursday

Kindergarten, Year 1 and Year 2 – Friday

Reading Recommendations

During the lockdown we have been busy in the Library ordering new books and preparing the space for the boy’s return. Please let us know if you have any suggestions for books you would like to see in the Library. Email us on jslibrary@trinity.nsw.edu.au

Here are two recommendations from the recent arrivals.

Infants

One Potoroo: A story of survival

by Penny Jaye and Alicia Rogerson

A conservation tale of the Gilbert’s Potoroo – Australia’s rarest mammal. When a bushfire destroys Potoroo’s home, he becomes one of the last surviving Gilbert’s Potoroos at Two Peoples Bay in Western Australia. Frightened, hurt and alone, Potoroo needs a new home – somewhere safe from predators and with plenty of his favourite food. Luckily, a team of conservationists know where Potoroo can go.

Primary

The Boy, The Wolf, and the Stars

by Shivaun Plozza

Every night Ulv is cloaked in total Darkness. Twelve hours ruled by the ravenous, clawing Shadow Creatures, beasts made of shadow and evil. Young Bo is charged with a monumental task: freeing the land of its curse by returning the Stars to the sky. He must find three magical keys spread across the land – keys that will unlock the cage holding the wolf who ate the Stars. But there’s another motive, beyond saving Ulv. If Bo releases the Stars, he can make a wish of his own and maybe find the mother who left him behind…

Nikki Bowden | Teaching and Learning Librarian


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