Pirates and Princesses Welcome at Storytime
As part of National Year of Reading celebrations Orange City Library is putting the call out for Pirates and Princesses to come along to Storytime for the next two weeks:
Tuesday 1st May, Wednesday 2nd May, Thursday 3rd May at 11am, plus a 2pm session on Thursday.
Tuesday 8th May, Wednesday 9th May and Thursday 10th May at 11am, plus a 2pm session on Thursday.
Children aged 3 – 5 years and their parents and carers are encouraged to come along dressed up as their favourite pirate, princess (or prince). It will be a lot of fun and there will be stories about both pirates and princesses at each session.
Don’t forget to book your place at Storytime. Bookings open at 10am on the Monday of the week before you plan to attend, and bookings can be made in person or by phoning 6393 8132.
Who's Reading Jane Austen?
Guess who is reading Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice? They are getting ready for the next Jane Austen Book Club meeting to be held at Cowra Library on Friday 11 May at 11am. Come along to learn more about the book and, of course, talk about Darcy!
Pride and Prejudice was originally entitled First Impressions. It was written between 1796 and 1797, and heavily revised before its publication in 1813. It is the most famous of Austen’s novels. It is an inversion of the classic Cinderella fairy tale, when the hero, Fitzwilliam Darcy, first sees the heroine, Elizabeth Bennet, at a ball, he refuses to dance with her. Come along to join in the discussion.
Orange Jane Austen Club meets on Friday 11 May at 12.30pm to chat about Northanger Abbey.
More photos from Angelina Ballerina visit
Everyone had such a great time when Angelina called into Blayney for Storytime,we thought you’d like to see more pictures.
Here is Xanthie, Archer, Emily and Imogen meeting Angelina, storyteller Jose with Angelina and a small fan standing up to ask Angelina a question and the lunchtime group meet Angelina. There are lots of stories about Angelina to watch on DVD or borrow from your library. Enjoy!
Angelina Ballerina Inspires Children
Angelina Ballerina danced her way into many children’s hearts when she came along to Storytime at Blayney to meet large groups of appreciative and excited children for this National Year of Reading event.
Many parents joined in to listen to stories about Angelina’s inspiring and fun adventures and children had the opportunity to ask questions and meet Angelina.
Pictured are Ruth from Blayney Library with Angelina and storyteller Jose, Maggie with Angelina, Layla meeting Angelina and Indigo and her mum with Angelina at Storytime.
Thank you Angelina for such a great day!!!
School Holidays: Lounging Around with a Book
Technically it’s the first day of the school holidays and when the chocolate and Easter Bun munchies wear off, what is there to do? – well for starters check out the Library. Gemma L’Estrange (left), Olivia L’Estrange (back), Olivia Small, Rachel Small, Emily L’Estrange and Emily Small called in this afternoon to well… lounge around really…….. and read a book or two. Call in for some great reading suggestions this school holidays.