Congratulations to all those new subscribers to our OLMC Library blog. We hope you enjoyed your delicious sweet treat!
We would love you to write about some of those fabulous novels that you have been reading. Check out our review section on this blog for more details of what to include. Perhaps there is a new film you just can’t wait to watch. Why not tell us all about it?
Make sure you come to our fantastic Christmas morning tea this coming Tuesday in the Learning Commons. We would love to see you there.
Don’t miss out on our super quiz on Wednesday for Book Club. Make sure you arrive early for our Rick Riordan extravagansa!
Also we would love you to join us on Friday for Film Fridays in the Learning Commons. This is your chance to check out the fabulous short films produced by students from OLMC.
The answer to question 17 in today’s Kahoot in the Learning Commons is…..
Which horror movie stars rapper Snoop Dogg
Why not read local?
We have some fabulous Australian authors with great stories just waiting for you to read.
If you enjoy those international best selling authors, check out some novels with similar themes and ideas with an Australian flavour.
If you love:
The Fault in our Stars by John Green, check out Zac & Mia by AJ Betts
City of Bones by Cassandra Clare, try Mercy by Rebecca Lim or Shadows by Paula Weston
We were Liars, check out On the Jellicoe Road by Melina Marchetta
Divergent, try Jump by Sean Williams or The Interrogation of Ashala Wolf by Ambelin Kwaymuilina
Come check out our display in the Learning Commons for a wider taste of Australian Fiction.
You can also follow the latest updates in Oz fiction at #LoveOzYA and always remember to click on Inside a Dog for great reviews by teens.
We would love to hear all about the great Oz books that you have been reading. Leave us a comment or write your own review in the Reviews section of this blog.
Ms Rosalie Austin
After a twelve month break, Bella magazine is back in print as Bella Rae ~ which means beauty, wisdom and grace! This lovely Australian mag is strong, sassy and smart ~ a must have for young teenage women. It is counter-cultural, which means it is free from negative and unhealthy influences. Bella Rae will empower girls to get real, talk about the hard things, challenge the culture they live in and choose to live with hope, empathy, intelligence and creativity. The pages are filled with a vibrant collection of expert advice, real stories, role models with substance, fashion shoots, travel adventures, beautiful glimpses of paintings and drawings by artists, recipes and quizzes! This magazine is a trustworthy resource for every girl.
Bella Rae also comes with a wonderful website! ~ Bellaraemag.com
Indulge in the delightful blog where you can select anything you wish to read, including: beauty, health & fitness, fashion, relationships, and positive affirmations and articles.
Check out this magazine for yourself from the library! 🙂