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Nom du directeur ou de la directrice : Susanna Eppich Our main goal again for 2018 - 2019 is reading! Our main focus is to support our struggling and vulnerable readers - by having text appropriate books in each reader's hands and by having engaging, well-written books to enjoy from the library. Our library is still struggling to update the books on our shelves (many of which are still over 10 years old and worn out from use).
Blacklock Top 5 Favourite Novels/Graphic Novels
All Graphic Novels
All Scary/Mystery Novels (Example: Took - Mary Downing Hahn)
Bad Guys Series
Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series
Minecraft Books (Fiction and Non-Fiction)
Blacklock Top 5 Favourite Picture Books
The Gruffalo - Julia Donaldson
TEK - Drew Daywalt
The Legend of Rock, Paper, Scissors - Patrick McDonnell
Book with No Pictures - B.J. Novak
Elephant and Piggie Series - Mo Willems
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Rick Mayall (a British actor) had a great impact on my love of reading. I remember vividly watching him read George's Marvelous Medicine by Ronald Dahl on Jackanory (a show where celebs read stories) He brought the book to life with his funny voices and crazy facial expressions. I read the ...
I had a book of a collection of Aesop's Fables. As a child I thought they were lovely stories, mainly because most included animals. As a teen I started to understand the meanings and teachings of the stories. As an adult I still enjoy the morals taught by Aesop's Fables and love to share and ...
My mother fostered our love of reading. She grew up on a farm in Surrey and was one of 13 children. When the chores were done she'd climb into a tree and bury her head in a book. When she grew up she became a teacher/librarian and happily surrounded herself with books. She selected and ...
Mackenzie & Mason Proudley
I grew up around books - my parents read a lot, and my sisters and I always had a well-stocked library in our house. It was normal to go for a long road trip with the back seat full of novels for the drive or the destination. The person who made the biggest impact on my reading was my grandma. ...
Reading with my daughter was/is important to me because it’s great bonding time before bedtime and we get to learn together. When she was younger, I could teach her how to read and what things meant, and now that she is a great reader she often reads to me!
If I had to choose just one book that impacted my life I would choose Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. Seuss. Not only did it teach me about rhyming and how to say to “no” to persistent sales people, it was the only children’s book in the waiting room at my dentist’s office. For a few minutes I could ...
Every year the amazing teachers at Blacklock Fine Arts School dedicate a large portion of their summer vacation to transforming our school library in a new and exciting way. On the first day of school my son was so eager to see the library and was in awe of the amazing details that show the ...
Happy reading! From Avery grade 3
Reading is important to me because it opened a gateway to an endless universe of new worlds to me as a child, and I still read daily. One of my main goals as a parents is to pass on my love of reading to my son.
From Liam for Blacklock ❤️📚