Addison wrote, “I am not that good at drawing but I’m really proud of it. I feel like it shows how all three of the characters feel secluded but also connected. Like they are trapped in a box where everything is complicated where outside the box, everything connects and is so simple, like everything goingContinue reading “Worse Things”
Husni & Hugo wrote this awards speech for their favourite book, even though it didn’t win! Ladies and Gentlemen, we are gathered here today to celebrate and reveal the CBCA award for 2021. Firstly, I would like to congratulate all the other shortlisted books for making it this far and encourage all of you toContinue reading “A winning speech”
I did my creative response to point out the differences in all the four children in this book. They have a phew things in common, but they have special hobbies, traits or backgrounds that point out their individuality. This book was a great novel to read and was laid out beautifully. I have never readContinue reading “Worse Things: a visual perspective”
Dear Katrina Nannestad, I read your book ‘We Are Wolves’ and loved it. It was a very up and down story and I liked the way you wrote it, as it was written accurately to who the narrator is. There was never a dull moment with those three kids, which I liked. It was just the perfect balance of emotional and exciting I found myself becoming very attached toContinue reading “A Letter to Katrina Nannestad”
Gabrielle from St Paul’s Grammar has produced this creative response to Kate Gordon’s book Aster’s Good, Right Things which has been nominated in the Younger Reader category.
Asmi and Sahanna, students from St Paul’s Anglican Grammar have produced these creative responses to The Book of Chance which has been nominated in the Younger Reader’s category.
We had our Shadow Judges meet and vote in the Younger readers category yesterday. It was quite a difficult process reaching a decision, with 2 titles registering well above the others with readers and each having very passionate supporters for the win. In the initial vote, all titles attracted at least one vote. It cameContinue reading “The St Paul’s verdict …”