Bayview Community SchoolMahone Bay, Nouvelle-Écosse 652 / 420 livres donnés
Nom du directeur ou de la directrice : Craig Pottie We want to participate in the Adopt a School program in order to provide materials for students to enrich their learning. Our school library does not have a yearly budget for for purchasing new books. The only way to obtain new books for students is through book fairs and other fundraisers, such as this program. It is important to have current up-to-date books in libraries so that we inspire children to read. Many families cannot afford to buy books so it is important that we provide them in our school library. This is a place where students can choose what they want to read for their enjoyment as well as obtain resources needed for a project. This program would enable us to put new books in the hands of our students. Thank you for the support!
Press Here by Herve Tullet
Bad Seed by Jory John
Guinness World Book
Diary of a Wimpy Kid Series by Jeff Kinney
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The Mahone Bay Area has been a landmark community in the province for many generations. The people have a strong hardworking heritage to pass on to their children. Education and the love of reading will give the children a foundation on which to grow.
I have seen this lovely school on the south shore of Nova Scotia. The library is bright and sunny and deserves to own lots to new books! The students will thrive with the pleasure of reading and enjoying their school library.
Reading is a window into new worlds and adventures. From the time I learned to read, my parents, teachers, and librarians all helped me to love books. Reading for information helped me to learn, but reading for enjoyment grew me into a lifelong reader. I am forever grateful for the patient ...
I have always loved books and reading. My earliest memories are my parents reading to me at bedtime. The books were usually familiar fairy tales, read with enthusiasm, using character voices. They are treasured memories which I have shared with my own children, friends, and students.
The Harry Potter series was great to read when I was growing up. I enjoyed having a series that was brand new during my own childhood. It has now become an iconic series, movies, and memorabilia to be enjoyed for many generations to come.
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