He talked about how characters are his friends in his mind and how he develops their personalities by asking them questions before telling their story.He explained how problems in stories (as well as in life) are prompting reflections and interesting series of actions.He says what going on inside during the decision making process is as interesting as the resulting action.By imagining what it feels like, the reader not only gives life to the story but also learns more about himself.
Book Club members have been reading Demon Road by Derek Landy and enjoy it. Today, they created a Fantasy books display. Take a book from this selection, it will amaze you!
Get in the mood of Valentine day!
Choose a book from the selection on display in the library.
Funny, scary, fantasy, online, for boys, short stories, happy, good-ending or heart-breaking!
There are love stories for everyone! Get ready!
Students can borrow up to 4 books for 3 weeks
Good to know
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All year 7 and 8 students have received a Scholastic catalogue. They contain a variety of books and goodies at excellent prices, great incentives for students to read and ideal presents.
Payments can be done directly online on the LOOP facility on the Scholastic website.
Please place your order by the 15th February.
Choose Mount Aspiring College when you sign up. Items ordered will be delivered by the librarian directly to the students. Further Scholastic catalogues will be distributed throughout the year.
Scholastic offers book vouchers to the college so your purchases benefit your library. Thank you!
As the college grows so does the library attendance. It is great!
Lots of new books await their next readers on the shelves and the librarians are ready to help with books and information inquiries.
Students can borrow up to 4 books for 3 weeks. Remember to record your book loan at the issue desk, either filling in the self-issue form or the librarian will scan it for you.
The library is open from 8.30 to 4 every school day, including at interval and lunchtime. Please eat before or after you come in as books don’t like sticky fingers!
The library is a great place to relax and find quietness in a very busy college. So please come here to read or study or chat quietly and respect the peace.
Enjoy reading! Enjoy your library!
Here at Mount Aspiring college library, there is a prominent display area right across the entrance.
Librarians hand-pick fiction and non-fiction books on a specific theme, usually in line with current events of the college.
Displays invite you to discover books you may not have looked for, yet might interest you, or be useful to you.
Displays are changed regularly so always give the display a glance and pick up a good book!
Reading about sport is good for your sport practice
You’ll win vocabulary, tactics and tips, inspiration and enthusiasm.
Reading about sport is good for reading!
Reading about what you’re interested in is more engaging so you’ll read more and as you know, reading is good for you!.
So grab a book from the Sport books display, fiction or knowledge, it’s good for you! Or choose a knowledge book about your favourite sport in the 79 section.