Category Archives: International Baccalaureate

Grateful: An Eventful Week at School

Yesterday’s little post about Poem in Your Pocket Day shared how we finished off a busy week at school. Here are a couple of other great things that happened this week. We are an International Baccalaureate School, authorized as a World School … Continue reading

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The Weaver’s Scar: Deeper Understanding

The Weaver’s Scar: For Our Rwanda by Brian Crawford My rating: 4 of 5 stars This is a great book for understanding the Rwandan genocide, told through the eyes of a young man. Skillfully created characters and vividly drawn setting … Continue reading

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Henny: a unique chicken and a valuable lesson

Henny by Elizabeth Rose Stanton My rating: 5 of 5 stars I really enjoyed meeting Henny and her creator, Elizabeth Rose Stanton, at Henny’s recent book birthday. I have found so much to appreciate about this quirky little book, and … Continue reading

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Grateful: books, writing and reading

I’m grateful for authors who write for young people. I know there are classics we enjoyed as children, but the quality and diversity of books is on offer today inspires me every single day. Thank you, thank you. Here are … Continue reading

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NaNo Day 25 inspiration: a celebration of books

You’ll remember my inspiration of earlier in the week. I was getting ready for the book fair, remember? It was a wonderful, exhausting, inspiring weekend. We were to have a local author come and talk about her work, and sign … Continue reading

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