Ivanhoe Library has returned to normal after the excitement caused by the overdue library book featured in last week’s blog. It was so magical, we were fantastical!!!Did you see us on the 7 O’clock news??? But now the paparazzi have gone and our fearless leader has gone into celebrity detox/rehab for the week.
If you missed our 15 minutes of fame revisit our glory here:
"Oh, I know it's a rock, I know. But let's just pretend for a minute that it's a seed, alright? We'll just use our imaginations. Now, now do you see our tree? Everything that made that giant tree is already contained inside this tiny little seed. All it needs is some time, a little bit of sunshine and rain, and voilá!"- Flik, A Bug's Life
As part of the Summer Reading Club extravaganza at Mill Park Library I have done a series of buggy drawings that work nicely for some colouring in fun. You can download them over here, so get your printer and pencils ready!
Join us for what will be a wonderful Summer Reading Club event.
Wednesday 25th January
10am - 12noon
Strange bugs invaded the Diamond Valley Library this morning.
A bunch of enthousiastic readers created the most amazing bug masks using paper, pipe cleaners, cellophane and other material.
We are ready now for our special Bugs and Spiders story time on Tuesday 17 January, 11am.
Thanks to the efforts of our Summer Reading Club finger knitting group, the giant woollen web is entangling more and more of Mill Park Library.
The Genealogy In Time Magazine website has released a Top 100 popular websites list. This is a worldwide collection but with a USA bias. This list can also be downloaded as a handy PDF file.