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Wednesday, 19 May 2021
Wednesday, 5 May 2021
Knowledge is power and knowing the difference between fiction and nonfiction is a great first step in learning how to access literature versus information.
The Wonkey Donkey by Craig Smith, illustrator Katz Cowley for example is a fictional picture book. Author Cowley aims to entertain his readers. Check below for this grandma's reaction to Mr. Smith's hilarious book:
NONFICTION BOOKS:Information or nonfiction books, on the other hand, aim to inform or teach about a topic. Books about farm or pet donkeys would have the dewey decimal number of 636.182. Here are the search results for "donkeys" in our Bastion library, and here are the Okanagan Regional Library donkey resources
Monday, 3 May 2021
"Kidsku: Bastion Haiku Poetry" inspired by the book "Guyku: a Year of Haiku for Boys" by Bob Raczka, illus. Peter Reynolds
Kidsku: Bastion Haiku Poetry inspired by the book Guyku: a Year of Haiku for Boys by Bob Raczka, illus. Peter Reynolds
2020-2021 School Year:
Division 1 - Ms. Chambers
rainy days, umbrella's out
windows with raindrops
by Mia & Layla
Swimming water fun
summer season is luscious
endless summer days
by Nina & Sophie
The leaves are changing
candy apples smelling good
the Demille's corn maze
by Izabella & Freyjah
Snow falls from the sky
hard to think with the cold snow
my fingers feel cold
by Joshie, Bill & Josh