School Holiday Activity - I SPY
Louise and Rohan Wythes enjoyed searching for hidden items in the glass I SPY display at the Orange City Library.
It is part of the ‘Summer Reading Club’ activities which will be taking place at the Library over the school holidays. Remember to pick up your Summer Reading Club pack next time you call in!
Storytime Returns for New School Term
Storytime for pre-schoolers returns for the new school term – Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 11am from Tuesday 7th October. Please book your place up to one week before by calling the Library on 6393 8132.
Pirates and Princesses are invited to Storytime
Calling all pirates and princesses. Orange City Library Storytime invites you to themed Storytime sessions on Tuesday 16th, Wednesday 17th and Thursday 18th September at 11am. Resident storyteller “Pirate Fi” and “Princess Fiona” will read stories followed by a fun craft project. Carers and parents are also welcome to join in the fun and dress up. All it takes is ten minutes of reading to your child each day to make a difference in their lives. Please book your place by calling Orange City Library on 6393 8132.
Children's Book Week: Childhood Photos and Books
Come into the Library to see the Children’s Book Week nominated and winning books on display. They can be reserved and borrowed out at the end of Book Week. And just for fun…check out the pinboard of childhood photos and favourite books. Can you guess who belongs to the childhood photo and which was their favourite children’s book?
Children's Book Week Winners are...
on display. Every year millions of kids in Australia hang out for the Children’s Book Council of Australia (CBCA) Book Awards. So do their parents, teachers and librarians – not to mention authors, illustrators and publishers. The theme for Children’s Book Week in 2014 is “Connect to Reading” so come into Orange City Library to see the nominated and winning books and they can be reserved to take home at the end of Children’s Book Week.
The theme aims to remind everyone to enjoy the experience of exploring story, travelling to other worlds and creating a bond with others. The Week promotes the best of Australian literature for children and young people.