Four reviews done in haiku, something a little different and a fun way to talk about a book. I am not normally a Haiku writer, it is just for a bit of fun. Enjoy!
Each time I meet an author I am really inspired by their creativity and talent. What inspires me most about Judith is that she clearly gets great joy from her work, and this is evident when she talks about it and shares it with others.
I don’t normally do this but I have to be honest with my readers, I just couldn’t read this book…Yep you heard me right, I tried and tried and I juggled my way through the first couple of chapters. I wanted to enjoy reading about those ghosts…
This exhibition is literacy at its best. It encompasses so many aspects of literacy experiences which extends further than books.
Read at least three stories a day; it may be the same story three times. Children need to hear a thousand stories before they can learn to read. Or the same story a thousand times! – Mem Fox
I was so excited to be able to spend time chatting with Corrine Fenton and visiting the Words and Windows Picture book Exhibition at Eltham Library in Melboure yesterday.