Alice-Miranda in New York is the fifth book in this very popular series.
At just 7 and 1/4, Alice -Miranda is wise beyond her years. Her positive outlook on life is contagious. She is thoughtful, clever and determined when she needs to be. Alice-Miranda has a wonderful way of knowing how to help people and is one of the nicest friends you could have!
You can find out more about Jacqueline Harvey who both is an author and a teacher at her blog here
Alice-Miranda has her own blog too! You can visit it here
Check out this book trailer for Alice-Miranda in New York… (It’s the first one Miss Y had made!)
Alice Miranda in New York on PhotoPeach
Collect an order form from the LRC or download it in the school newsletter if you would like to buy a book for Jacqueline to sign on her visit. Your book orders need to be in by Friday, March 1oth!!
What do you like about the Alice-Miranda books? Do you have a favourite book?
The Charlie and Lola books written and illustrated by Lauren Child are some of the most borrowed books in our LRC. Charlie and Lola also have their own TV show…
My favourite Charlie and Lola story is
I love reading this story to the new Preps when they are learning about borrowing at our LRC. I have lots of fun reading Lola’s parts! I’m glad that none of the Preps so far have been like Lola if someone else borrowed the book they wanted at the LRC…thank goodness!
Which is your favourite Charlie and Lola book? Why?
Have some fun on the CBeebies website with Charlie and Lola playing games, listening to stories and making things…
On June 23rd, J.K. Rowling announced her new website called Pottermore that will open to the public in October.
“Pottermore will be the place where fans of any age can share, participate in, and rediscover the stories. It will also be the exclusive place to purchase digital audiobooks and, for the first time, e-books of the Harry Potter series.” J.K. Rowling
Watch J.K.Rowling’s announcement about this amazing website…
(I love the way objects are created out of the pages of the books!!)
At the beginning of the year we designed our front covers for our LRC workbooks. We used the Google Doodle idea with the word READ to create covers that would inspire us to read! These are some of our covers…