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In week 4 we will be celebrating Library Lovers week! Be sure to visit us next week and share with us what you love about our library. Write a brief book report about your favourite book for your chance to win a prize!

Library Time

This week the boys have taken advantage of the library’s additional opening hours at the Prep Library. They have been playing games, reading books, completing puzzles, playing chess and helping Library staff.

Book Review by Nathan Della Torre 6M

The Warriors – The Prophecies Begin by Erin Hunter (Books 1-6) ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

“I think that these are great books by Erin Hunter because it has a large amount of adventure and a lot of suspense. In the first series, it is about a young cat named Rusty joining the clans and seeing what opportunities it might have for him. I think that this series would be good for ages 8-12. When I first got it I put it down and refused to read it but then a couple of months later I picked it up, read it and wanted the whole series. I think that it helps your English as it has a large amount of descriptive language and would help people in real life because it teaches you what you should do in certain situations.”

Who is Erin Hunter?

Erin Hunter is not one person, but a team of story writers, authors and editors who work together to create the series you love. The Warriors series was created by Vicky Holmes, an editor based in London. She created the world of Warriors in response to a request from publisher HarperCollins, who wanted a series about feral cats. The other Authors under the name of Erin Hunter are Kate Cary, Cherith Baldry, Tui T. Sutherland, Clarissa Hutton, Gillian Phillip and Inbali Iserles.

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