Monday, 6 April 2020

Strange times

We are definitely experiencing some uncommon times, make the most of your family time and use this opportunity to read that book you've been meaning to read and just never got around to!

I'm enjoying Stranger by Keren David. 

Astor, Ontario. 1904.
A boy staggers out of the forest covered in blood and collapses at the feet of 16-year-old Emmy. While others are suspicious and afraid, Emmy is drawn to him. Is he really the monster the townsfolk say he is?
Astor, Ontario. 1994.
Megan arrives from London for her great grandmother Emmy's 105th birthday. It should be a happy family occasion, but Megan is nursing a broken heart and carrying a secret she fears might consume her.
One family. Two women. A century of secrets. A timeless love story. 

If you've read any good books, something that you may want to recommend, send me a review and I'll post it on here. Send your reviews to: iliffesus@shorehamcollege.co.uk


Wednesday, 4 March 2020

The Southern School Book Awards

Last Friday evening, the year 9 pupils involved in the Southern School Book Awards, travelled to St Pauls to find out who would win. A fabulous night with Will Hill as compere, MA Bennett as the winning author, Chris Riddell being the entertaining illustrator all evening, Malcolm Duffy and Nicky Singer all in attendance. Pupils had the opportunity to meet the authors after the event and of course, buy more books! 
M.A. Bennett with an illustration in progress by Chris Riddell.

Friday, 13 December 2019

Merry Christmas

Made by our talented Year 8 pupil Bo
Have a wonderful holiday and remember,cosy winter days are made extra special with a mug of hot chocolate and a good book. Keep reading!

Thursday, 5 December 2019

It's beginning to feel a bit like Christmas

Libraries are wonderful spaces to be used for lots of reasons, our pupils have been giving our library a make-over with all things festive. Thank you for making our space look so inviting.

Wednesday, 27 November 2019

Adventures at Southwick Library

Reception pupils had a great time at Southwick library listening to stories, learning about how the library works and how we should respect books. Pupils even had a chance to take books home. Thank you Southwick Library !
We love reading
All of us at the library


Story time is the best


Friday, 15 November 2019

Choosing books at The Book Nook

Nice and snug 

Outside The Book Nook
On a cold wet November
morning, a selection of pupils from Years 4,5 and 6, had the pleasure of spending an hour at The Book Nook choosing books for the Junior Library. Pupils chose three books each  and were kindly given a free book as they left the shop. Thank you Book Nook, we had such an interesting visit. All of the books bought will be on display and ready to borrow as soon as possible.