A Celebration of Non Fiction for Primary School Readers.
The Kids' Bookshop and Penguin Random House invite you to join us for an evening of great books, brilliant authors and amazing teaching ideas.
Jackie Small, The Kids' Bookshop Consultant
- creative activities for bringing non-fiction in the library or classroom to life.
Eve Anderson - Business Manager, DK Books
Holly Toohey - Publisher, Penguin Random House
Introducing The Short and Curly team
Dive into the mind-bending world of ethics with the Short & Curly team and their Brains Trust of researchers. Based on the hit ABC podcast and covering topics such as fairness, bullying, bravery, friendship and choice, The Short & Curly Guide to Life is a must-read for every child, parent and teacher.
4.30 - 5.00pm Bookshop Browse, Refreshments
5.00 - 5.15pm Eve Anderson, (DK )
5.15 - 5.30pm. Jackie Small (The Kids’ Bookshop)
5.30 - 5.45pm. Holly Toohey ( Penguin Random House)
5.45 - 6.00pm. The Short and Curly Team.
6.00 - 6.30pm. Book sales/Signing/close
Tickets $5.00 each
Trinity Grammar School Library
40 Charles St, Kew VIC 3101
All enquiries to Tegan or Graham: Hello@thekidsbookshop.com.au
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SLAV Reading Forum Series for 2018
Readers, Stories, Literacy - A forum for learning and discussion
A Professional Development series offering news, views and strategies
1st March (Primary focus but all welcome)
Melbourne Grammar School
355 St Kilda Road, Melbourne
10th May (Secondary focus but all welcome)
Ivanhoe Girls’ Grammar School - Senior Library
Ground floor of the Cooerwull Centre, Noel Street, Ivanhoe
Kate DiCamillo said “Reading should not be presented to children as a chore or duty.”
The panel will address strategies that instil a sense of fun and support engagement.
6th September (Primary and Secondary)
Venue: Kew primary school
Peel Street, Kew
Professor Stephen Krashen tells us “If more access leads to more reading, and if more reading lds to better reading, writing, spelling, grammar, and a larger vocabulary, this means that the first step any literacy campaign needs to take is to make sure children have access to plenty of books”
How do we best facilitate this in how we organise collections?
1st November (Primary and Secondary)
SLAV HQ - Dream Factory,
90 Maribynong Street, Footscray
TIME: 4 30pm – 6 30pm
NON SLAV Members:
$55 Individual session ticket
$220 Series ticket
$45 Individual session ticket
$180 Series ticket
DELEGATES WILL RECEIVE
REGISTER YOUR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST NOW:
PLEASE NOTE THAT WE WILL ALSO BE THE OFFICIAL BOOKSELLER
AT THE SLAV CONFERENCES IN JUNE AND NOVEMBER 2018