Please have all your entries into your local library by 5.30pm tomorrow (Wednesday 23rd).
The winner will be announced on Friday 25th August.
Best of luck!
Three weeks in and what an interesting ride it has been!
Keep those votes coming in for round five and six this week! With owls, a thieving granny, a pirate and a grim secret; this week should be as entertaining as the others.
Comment below with your top picks from both rounds!
Round Five: The capture by Kathryn Lasky VS Gangsta Granny by David Walliams.
Round Six: Sinking By David Hill VS The Man whose Mother was a Pirate by Margaret Mahy.
Voting closes Saturday 19th at 1.30pm
This week we have an Australia author vs a New Zealand author, and an English author vs an American author.
Round Three: The 13-Storey Treehouse by Andy Griffiths VS Monkey Boy by Donovan Bixley
Round Four: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe by C. S. Lewis VS Charlottes's Web by E. B. White
Voting closes at 1.30pm Saturday 12th August.
It's National Poetry Day on Friday August 25th and to celebrate we're creating our very own haiku hike.
Create your own haiku and be part of a trail of verse around the walls of the library. Entry forms are available at the desk at each library. And it's open to children and adults!
Each poem will be judged by New Zealand poet Sue Emms!
Winners will be announced on National Poetry Day, Friday August 25th.
Come and join the fun!
Unsure what haiku is?
Haiku is a traditional form of Japanese poetry. Haiku poems consist of 3 lines. The first and last lines of a Haiku have 5 syllables and the middle line has 7 syllables. The lines rarely rhyme.
Just a quick reminder that our next meeting will be this Friday, August 4th, at 4pm in Te Aroha Library. The discussion topic is your book ‘with a number in the title’ – so don’t be L-eight four this one :D