Karen Marston, VSV’s School Librarian, shares some handy reading resources and ideas for the coming holidays:
Ebooks and Audiobooks @ VSV (Wheelers ePlatform)
A wide-ranging and growing collection with 24/7 access, Wheelers is available for all VSV students. It is accessible throughout the school holidays. Browse the collection for your favourite or new authors and series. You can also look at VSV reading lists for more reading ideas and inspiration.
Registration is easy – just contact the Digital Learning Lounge or your English teacher. Students can also register online, using their VSV student number as their user name/login.
The best of the best – Children’s Book Council of Australia present awards for the best in new fiction, including for older readers and younger readers. This is a great place to discover some fantastic Australian books!
Visit YABBA for the best and most popular reads, as voted by Victorian school students from Foundation to Year 9.
Better Reading: Kids & Young Adults – provides reading resources, reviews and related features.
#LoveOzYA – is a fantastic Australian resource for Young Adult readers.
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