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Joanna Glover 25 Jul 15
Bravo ! What an outstanding afternoon with
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Mils 16 May 16
Bedtime story last night had us reading our first authored book. Miss6 enjoyed it. We read the book twice. 😄
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Johnny Downey 9 Feb 15
No one can be tense when they are laughing. Children love to laugh.
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Philippa Werry Oct 4
Thanks for giving us the chance to hear wise words from national (and international) treasure at the annual Book Council Lecture last night.
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Chantel  Theunissen 13 Aug 16
Attn: all kiwi kids turned librarians - Mrs Wishy Washy herself is on tonight!
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Grahame Morton Dec 29
Absolutely delighted that has been made a member of the Order of New Zealand. She has opened the eyes of millions of children around the world to the wonder of reading by telling great stories.
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NZ Book Council Nov 6
Inspired by our lecture this year, we're running a little writing competition for children aged 12 and under. The prize: a fab book from our friends and fame! (being published on our website) For story prompt and details click here:
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Johnny Downey 9 Feb 15
Adults don't read dull and difficult material by choice. A story must engage.
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Johnny Downey 9 Feb 15
Children like to read about children their own age.
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Candice Phipps, NBCT 10 Feb 15
Go back to a time when a simple butterfly or a dandelion were the most beautiful thing
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Upper Hutt City Libraries Oct 3
Whoever said you only live once obviously wasn't a reader 📖
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amy juall 7 Aug 15
See with the eyes of & a thing becomes beautiful. See with the eyes of & things are ugly.
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Upper Hutt City Libraries Oct 3
A love of reading is caught not taught. BOTH parents need to be reading role models.
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meliame taimani 29 Apr 15
Snuggling up in my mink duvet &eight pillows is the best thing ever !! All I need is a classic bedtime story
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kmiller 26 Oct 17
@graciasthankful 4th graders are summarizing through Twitter. Follow us @graciasthankful
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Upper Hutt City Libraries Oct 3
Parents - be an actor when reading to your children. Practice without them if need be!
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SMCM Apr 30
The sunflower that went flop.
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Andrea Craig 25 Jul 15
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Linda Lea Evans 12 Mar 15
I should be like Mrs. Wishy-Washy and instead of washing cow&pigs I should wash clothes all day tomorrow
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NZ Book Council Oct 30
If you missed 'The Power of Story' with Joy Cowley earlier this month, we've published some photos from the event on our blog! 📷💐 Thanks to all who came and made it a special evening.
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