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School Writing Competition is OPEN!
The 2018 Schools Writing Competition is Now Open! Write4fun encourages students to read and write through these FUN competitions that are EASY to enter!. School students across Australia will battle it out for the great cash prizes on offer. Including $1000 CASH first prize with $500 awarded to their school and $500 to the winning student.
The quickest and easiest way to enter online is at www.write4fun.net. Entries can be on any topic and in any style. Entry is FREE and the closing date is Friday the 31st of August 2018.
If you have any queries please contact Yvonne Kane at email@example.com
Appearing at Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) at 8pm on Friday 1st February and Saturday 2nd February , 2019 to share his life story in a way that is sure to make you laugh. The show is suitable for ages 7+. Tickets can be purchased through QPAC.
The Happiest Refuge is an extraordinary memoir of "a boy's journey from starvation at sea to becoming one of Australia's best-loved comedians". You can find it upstairs in the Biography section.
Location: WR 792.702 DO
Did you know Anh Do is not just a talented author but also an extraordinary artist? Visit Anh Do's website to see all his published books and his official art site to see some of his beautiful portraits.
Visit out Great Reads webpage to see what other Ahn Do books we have in the library.
The Brisbane Writers Festival held at the State Library of Queensland now has over 150 events. Two noteable writers presenting at the festival are Author of the Divergent Series Veronica Roth and scientist Dr Karl Kruszelnicki. See the full program of events here. Tickets are available now.
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Middle and Senior Library 8 am - 4 pm
Junior Library 8:30 am - 3:00 pm
(Junior students may come in with parents to borrow books from 8:00 am to 8:30am and from 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm).
Junior and Middle students have weekly or fortnightly lessons with qualified teacher librarians, and Senior students are assisted with research as needed. Curriculum- based resources, literature and recreational materials are available in a variety of formats to support the needs of the College. Students have access to a large collection of print resources, extensive fiction collection and picture books for the Juniors.
A wide range of electronic resources is also available, including encyclopedias, newspapers, reference materials and a comprehensive selection of online, full-text databases.
The College Library also provides a Parent collection, which is located near the library office on the ground floor.