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Write a Review on the OPAC

Date Published: 29/05/2017

Did you know that our new OPAC is a collaborative space and you can recommend books to other students by writing and posting a review to the OPAC to share your opinion about a resource? It’s so easy to do

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Crime Fiction At Its Best

Date Published: 29/05/2017

Jane Harper’s debut novel, The Dry, is a thrilling, page-turner for grown up readers of crime fiction.  Take a look at our graphic book review below and recommend this #greatread to your friends. You won’t be disappointed!   Graphic Book

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iCentre Unplugged

Date Published: 20/05/2017

iCentre Unplugged is an opportunity for students to spend device free lunch times in the iCentre on Fridays.  It’s time to reconnect with friends, enjoy student lunch time performances, and participate in other hands-on activities.  Take a look at what

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Geek Girl Club

Date Published: 20/05/2017

Are you a Geek Girl? If you are a Geek Girl, you can join a new club that has been started in the iCentre and will run during terms 2 & 3. Originally based on Nerd Nite – https://nerdnite.com, this club is

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New Book for Parents about Girls

Date Published: 19/05/2017

10 Things Girls Need Most by well-know parent educator and psychologist, Steve Biddulph, was published recently in response to the growing concern of parents about the issues that have arisen in relation to modern girlhood. Over the last twenty years as we

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Book of the Week

Date Published: 19/05/2017

Tru & Nelle by G Neri is a fictionalised reimagination of the childhood friendship and adventures of Truman Capote and Harper Lee. This gentle novel is highly recommended as a magical read for ages 9+ Graphic Book Review

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Rescheduled Draekora Launch

Date Published: 05/05/2017

Our first attempt to launch Draekora was foiled by Cyclone Debbie. We haven’t let this dampen our spirits and will now celebrate the launch of this book on Tuesday, May 16.

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Book of the Week : The War That Saved My Life

Date Published: 30/04/2017

That War That Saved My Life by Kimberley Brubaker Bradley is a heart-warming coming-of-age story set in the English countryside during World War 2. This historical novel is an inspiring story for middle years’ readers from ages 9+ and is

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Multitasking is No Friend at Homework Time

Date Published: 29/04/2017

  Even though you might think you can multitask successfully while doing your homework, research shows overwhelmingly that this is a myth. In fact, this habit scatters your focus and affects the quality of learning that is taking place. In

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Stories to Inspire Girls

Date Published: 28/04/2017

A collection of 100 bedtime stories about extraordinary women and their remarkable lives from both the past and present.

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