t to Connec your [email protected] Readin Library Stirling s ’ n e r d l i h C k e e W Book 4 1 0 2 st u g u A 8 2 18 – Children’s Book Week 2014 18 – 28 August Connect to Reading @ your Stirling Library All schools within the City of Stirling are invited to participate in Children’s Book Week celebrations from 18 – 28 August 2014. All sessions are free, but bookings are essential. Bookings can be made using the attached Booking Request Form via email to [email protected] or by fax on 9345 8822. Proudly sponsored by: David Caddy David Caddy’s novels for young readers include Whammy, Smash, Whacko, The Reef, and most recently, Pope Max. He also writes hundreds of school reports but prefers the longer fiction (he daylights as a primary school teacher). His books have won the WAYRBA Hoffman Award and been short-listed for The Premier’s Book Award. David is father to Ben, Meg, Dan and Joe, and husband to Liz—he likes people with three letter names. His workshops have been described (by people other than himself) as “brilliant”, “entertaining”, “humorous” and “inspirational”. He is one of our all-time favourite presenters. City of Stirling Libraries Dianella Waverley Street, Dianella Mirrabooka 21 Sudbury Road, Mirrabooka David Caddy Yrs 3-6 Inglewood Corner Beaufort St & Tenth Avenue, Inglewood Osborne 9 Royal Street, Tuart Hill 9.30am – 10.30am Mirrabooka Library 11.15am – 12.15pm Karrinyup Library Davenport Street, Karrinyup Scarborough 173 Gildercliffe Street, Scarborough 1.30pm – 2.30pm Osborne Library Karrinyup Visit our website for more information www.stirling.wa.gov.au/bookweek Monday 18 August Jen Banyard James Foley Jen Banyard’s sessions blend fun with the more serious side of writing, as reflected in this teacher’s comment: “Children very engrossed – good fun!” “Great way to spend an hour!” “Highly recommend this”. Using games and real-life examples from Spider Lies and her Riddle Gully books, Jen inspires and encourages students in reading and writing. They take away new tools for their writing kit and a clear sense that becoming a writer is achievable. James Foley is a children’s author and illustrator. His latest book, In The Lion, was released by Walker Books in 2012. It’s a little like The Old Lady Who Swallowed a Fly, but darkly funny and set in a zoo. Jen Banyard Yrs 3-7 His debut picture book, The Last Viking, was written by Norman Jorgensen and published in 2011 by Fremantle Press. The Last Viking won the 2012 Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators’ Crystal Kite Award, it also won the Hoffman Award in the 2012 WA Young Readers’ Book Awards, given to the highest-ranked book by a WA creator, and a 2012 Children’s Book Council of Australia Junior Judges Award. The Last Viking has been shortlisted for a further four awards. Tuesday 19 August The Last Viking Returns is due out in September 2014. Activities and teachers’ notes on Jen’s books are at www.jenbanyard.com 9.30am – 10.30am Dianella Library 11.15am – 12.15pm Inglewood Library James Foley Yrs 1-5 1.30pm – 2.30pm Mirrabooka Library Wednesday 20 August 9.30am – 10.30am Osborne Library 11.15am – 12.15pm Karrinyup Library 1.30pm – 2.30pm Scarborough Library Meg McKinlay Meg Caddy Meg McKinlay is a Fremantle children’s writer. Her picture book No Bears and chapter book Duck for a Day were both shortlisted for the Children’s Book Council Book of the Year Award and her novel Surface Tension won the 2012 Davitt Award for Crime Writing. She also won the SCBWI Crystal Kite Award in 2013. Meg Caddy is a student of Literature and History at the University of Western Australia. In 2013, her YA fantasy novel Waer was shortlisted for the Text Prize, which led to a contract with Text Publishing. Meg was the 2013 Young WriterIn-Residence at the Katharine Susannah Prichard Writers’ Centre, and has been mentored by fantasy author Juliet Marillier. Meg’s presentations are interactive and entertaining. Sessions are tailored to individual groups and will cover aspects such as getting inspiration from the everyday, growing a story from an idea, the stories behind Meg’s stories and her own writing journey (and for the littlest littlies, perhaps a stuffed animal or two). Meg’s most recent publications are Wreck the Halls and Definitely No Ducks. For the past four years, Meg has been presenting to children of all ages. She is passionate about storytelling, fantasy, and lizards. Meg McKinlay Yrs 1-7 Thursday 21 August 9.30am – 10.30am Inglewood Library 11.15am – 12.15pm Dianella Library 1.30pm – 2.30pm Osborne Library Meg Caddy Yrs 3- 7 Friday 22 August 9.30am – 10.30am Scarborough Library 11.15am – 12.15pm Mirrabooka Library 1.30pm – 2.30pm Inglewood Library Sally Murphy Perform! Musical Sally Murphy wanted to be many things when she grew up – then realised she didn’t want to grow up! So she’s decided to be a big kid for as long as she can get away with it. Sometimes, though, she manages to masquerade as a grown up, which is just as well because when she’s not writing for children she’s a mother of six, teacher and book reviewer. Sally’s books include verse novels Pearl Verses the World and Toppling, picture books Do Not Forget Australia, Meet Mary MacKillop and Head Hog and lots of others – over 35 books and counting. The brand new Book Week musical Worlds Apart. has been created to celebrate the 2014 Children’s Book Week theme ‘Connect to Reading’, combining a love of reading with exciting physical competition. Set in 1918, Do Not Forget Australia tells the story of two boys: Billy, in Melbourne, missing his father who is serving as a soldier in Europe, and Henri living in Villers-Bretonneux, France, a town about to face the full brunt of the war. Sally Murphy Kindy – Yr 7 Monday 25 August 9.30am – 10.30am Inglewood Library 11.15am – 12.15pm Dianella Library 1.30pm – 2.30pm Osborne Library Worlds Apart features a selection of the 2014 Children’s Book Council shortlisted books and engages students in the understanding that interacting with books and the products of our imagination offers limitless possibilities for expanding our horizons. This year the performance will be commemorating the Anzac Centenary being 100 years since the First World War. Perform! Musical Kindy – Yr 7 Monday 25 August 10:30am – 11.30am Scarborough Library Tuesday 26 August 9.30am – 10.30am Karrinyup Library 11.00am – 12.00pm Karrinyup Library Pyjama Storytime plus Pizza Story Inc @ Karrinyup Shopping Centre Come along to your local Stirling library and celebrate Children’s Book Week with stories, rhymes and songs. Bring your favorite teddy, wear your Onesie or PJs. Pizza is laid on for both little adults and big kids! Brought to you by Karrinyup Shopping Centre and Barking Gecko Theatre Company. This session is held outside of school hours and is open to the public. You are welcome to advertise this free event in your school newsletter so that your families have the chance to attend. Bookings are essential, visit www.stirling.wa.gov.au/libraries or pop into your nearest library. Pyjama Storytime 0 – 6 years Children from 2 - 5 years of age will embark on a new adventure as Renee from Barking Gecko reads from popular children’s books, inspiring young minds while fostering an early love of reading. This interactive 30 minute workshop includes a story reading, role-play (movement exercise), crafts and music. Each session is free and can accommodate up to 30 children. Parents need to remain with their children at all times and it is recommended that children bring their own cushion/pillow for their comfort while seated. Registration can only be made with Barking Gecko event staff in the Food Court on the day of the Story Time just prior to each session starting. Stirling Libraries 6.00pm – 7.00pm Day/Date Wednesday 27 August Thursday 28 August Library Contact Story Inc @ Karrinyup Shopping Centre 2 – 5 years Inglewood Library 9205 7700 Wednesday 19 August Mirrabooka Library 9205 7300 9:30am – 10.00am Karrinyup Shopping Centre Food Court Scarborough Library 9205 7420 10:15am – 10.45am Karrinyup Shopping Centre Food Court Dianella Library 9205 7740 Wednesday 27 August Osborne Library 9205 7900 9:30am – 10.00am Karrinyup Shopping Centre Food Court Karrinyup Library 9205 7400 10:15am – 10.45am Karrinyup Shopping Centre Food Court Booking Request Form To ensure that all schools have access to our Children’s Book Week program, BOOKINGS ARE ESSENTIAL and must be made using this form. Select the sessions that interest you from the program and indicate your preferences on this form along with your class details. We suggest you select 3 to 4 session preferences for each class/year group. Please keep in mind your own constraints such as ages, locations, bus availability, swimming lessons and other school excursions or commitments during these dates. Children’s Book Week 2014 Connect to Reading 18–28 August 2014 Please note: Attention: Department: Fax: Subject: Bookings cannot be made through library branches. Community Development Librarian City of Stirling – Library Services 9345 8822 Children’s Book Week Preference Booking Sheet Name of School Email the form to [email protected] or fax to the number provided by Thursday 5 June 2014. You will be notified of first round offers by Tuesday 17 June 2014. Postal address For further information or assistance phone Roger 9205 8816 or Brooke 9205 8590. Email Teacher’s name Phone Class/year/group Number of students in class Presenter Library Date Time 1 2 3 4 Disclaimer: Every effort will be made to allocate each school’s higher preferences but please keep in mind that some presenters will be very popular and not every class may be able to be accommodated.
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