Library News | Preparatory School
Have you read a book that changed your life? Click on the link below and find out about books that changed the lives of the people from the Trinity Grammar Community! If you have read a book that changed your life please upload it and share it with others, just like we have! This book changed my life.
Library book overdues
This week we have handed out notices to any boy that has books overdue on his library account. This note does not mean you have been charged; it is only a reminder that the books need to come back before the end of term. If any of these books are not brought back before the end of term, then the charge for a replacement copy will be made to your son’s account. We are conscious that sometimes books magically reappear over the break so if a book that we have charged you for is returned the following term we will refund the charge.
Author Visit – Sue Whiting
Last week the students had a special visit from Author Sue Whiting! Sue was a big hit with her Story Thingy pop up, she was able to change into special characters and share the most amazing stories with the students.
Spotlight on Sue Whiting
Sue Whiting is a children’s and YA author and editor who has worked in publishing for two decades. Sue was Senior Commissioning Editor and Publishing Manager for Walker Books Australia for many years before leaving in 2016 to concentrate on her writing. As a storyteller and schools’ performer, Sue has informed, inspired and entertained thousands of kids across the country. She is also a freelance children’s book editor and writing coach, and the author of numerous books, including the bestselling Missing, the award-winning A Swim in the Sea and the CBCA Notable Books, Platypus, Get a Grip, CooperJones and Beware the Deep Dark Forest.
To discover more about Sue, click on this link Sue Whiting
Abigail Nel | Inquiry Learning Integrator
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