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Library

Library

BSW’s library has an exciting and extensive collection of books for all ages, interests and abilities. Each class has a weekly library session  where students enjoy literature and develop library and borrowing skills.  

The library is open during the following times for supervised returning and borrowing, special activities and quiet reading:

Monday 8:45-9:30

Tuesday 11:10-11:50

Wednesday 11.10-11:50

Thursday 3.30-3.45

 

Parents are welcome to share in these sessions and have a look at the new acquisitions when they are on display.  

The school has a designated Library Fund.  These tax-deductable funds enable us to maintain our rich collection.

 

Once a year we hold a Book Fair run by Lamont Books.  You can visit their site at: www.lamontbookclub.com.au

You can browse their collection, read book reviews and place orders online. The school makes a commission on books ordered

 

Useful links include:

 

http://www.slv.vic.gov.au/

State Library Victoria-From school assignments to academic research, family activities to family history – we can help you discover your story.

www.whonextguide.com

Explore our world-class collections and fabulous exhibitions. Start a new chapter with our stimulating talks, discussions and special events. On-site or online – there is always something new to discover.

 

 www.storyboxlibrary.com.auMoreland City Library has a search engine service that helps kids (or adults) look for books that might be similar to another they have read and liked.

This is a subscription site but has great stories for students to listen to.

 

www.cbca.org.au

Check out the Children’s Book Council site for lots of information including children’s prize winning books.

 

http://www.slv.vic.gov.au/

 

State Library Victoria-From school assignments to academic research, family activities to family history – we can help you discover your story.

Explore our world-class collections and fabulous exhibitions. Start a new chapter with our stimulating talks, discussions and special events. On-site or online – there is always something new to discover.

www.whonextguide.com

Moreland City Library has a search engine service that helps kids (or adults) look for books that might be similar to another they have read and liked.

 

www.storyboxlibrary.com.au

This is a subscription site but has great stories for students to listen to.

www.cbca.org.au

 

Check out the Children’s Book Council site for lots of information including children’s prize winning books.