Wednesday , November 22 2017

Tag Archives: Scholastic

Great reads for children and teens

Mel Gordon loves running, and watching Seinfeld, but mostly she loves Cathy Freeman. It's 2000 and the Olympics are going to be held in Australia. In a year of surprises, Mel finds out that Cathy Freeman is coming to talk to her school. And her family is heading to Sydney!

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Book corner – something special for all ages

Book corner – wonderful reads for children and teens

From a left-field inclusion for those teens who love quirky history to a cautionary tale about social media and fascinating menagerie of mystical creatures, these books will excite and engage your students, and spice up your school library.

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Book corner – wonderful reads for children and teens

Book corner – wonderful reads for children and teens

Book corner – wonderful reads for children and teens. One for the Drama club! Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is the first official Harry Potter story to be presented on stage. Harry Potter is 19 years older, and an overworked employee of the Ministry of Magic, a husband, and father of three school-age children.

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Book review: One Thousand Hills

African children at school

The genocide of the Tutsi in Rwanda in 1994 was so horrific and unimaginable, it can be difficult for a young person on the other side of the world to even understand it. Crossing lines of creed, community and friendship, 800,000 Tutsi Rwandans were murdered in the space of 100 …

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