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2013 Pre-Book Week Extravaganza for NSW public library staff

2013 Pre-Book Week Extravaganza for NSW public library staff

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    • Read Across theUniversePlease note: the covers of the short listed books are not included in this slideshare versionof the presentation. If you would like to use the covers contact the publishers for relevantpermissions.This slide came from the members section of CBCA site at www.cbca.org.au
    • Older ReadersThis slide came from the members section of CBCA site at www.cbca.org.au
    • PRE-BOOK WEEKEXTRAVAGANZA 2013CBCA OLDER READERSSHORT LIST 2013Anne SullivanChildren’s and Youth Library Officer,City of Canterbury LibraryAnneS@canterbury.nsw.gov.au
    • The Short List• The Ink Bridge by Neil Grant• Sea Hearts by Margo Lanagan• The Shiny Guys by Doug MacLeod• Creepy & Maud by Dianne Touchell• Friday Brown by Vikki Wakefield• The Wrong Boy by Suzy Zail
    • The Short List
    • HSC English• English Stage 6 Prescriptions 2015-2020• 2014 Preliminary and 2015 HSC years• The new Area of Study for Standard,Advanced and ESL is DiscoveryDiscovering SelfDiscovering OthersDiscovering the World• NSW Board of Studies : English Stage 6Prescriptions 2015-2020: Advice to teachers
    • The Ink Bridge by Neil GrantPublisher: Allen & UnwinISBN: 9781742376691Pages: 264Links To:•Author’s Website•Teaching Notes (18 pages)
    • The Ink Bridge by Neil Grant• First Sentences: “Omed had the Buddha’s eyes and atongue that refused words. His was the silence ifcaves; the false peace that descends when a mortarshell rips apart a building.”• Setting:Begins pre-911 in AfghanistanFollows Omed’s journey toAustralia• Told in 3 parts from 2 perspectives
    • The Ink Bridge by Neil GrantThemes / Subjects• Asylum Seekers• Intolerance• War• World Heritage Vandalism• Journey’s
    • The Ink Bridge by Neil GrantRead a-likes / Related Titles• The arrival by Shaun Tan• Boy overboard by Morris Gleitzman• The happiest refugee by Anh Do• Mahtab’s story by Libby Gleeson• Walk in my shoes by Alwyn Evans
    • The Ink Bridge by Neil GrantAwards• Winner, 2012 Queensland Literary Awards• Winner, 2012 Fellowship of Australian Writers NationalLiterary Awards – Barbara Ramsden Award• Highly Commended, 2012 Fellowship ofAustralian Writers National Literary Awards- Christina Stead Award• Shortlisted, 2013 CBCA Awards - OlderReaders Category• Shortlisted, 2013 NSW Premiers LiteraryAwards - Ethel Turner Prize (Young PeoplesLiterature)
    • Sea Hearts by Margo LanaganPublisher: Allen & UnwinISBN: 9781742375052Pages: 343Links To:•Author’s Website•Teaching Notes (2 pages)Published in the US & UK as:The Brides of Rollrock Island
    • Sea Hearts by Margo Lanagan• First Sentences: “ ‘The old witch is there,’ saidRaditch, peering over the top to Six-Mile Beach.‘Well settled with her knitting.’ ”• Setting:Rollrock Island – presumablypart of BritainCordlin – mainland town• Told in multiple voices• Spans several generations
    • Sea Hearts by Margo LanaganThemes / Subjects• Myths and legends• Selkies• Magic• Witches• Honesty and truth
    • Sea Hearts by Margo LanaganRead a-likes / Related Titles• The Folk Keeper by Franny Billingsley• Seaward by Susan Cooper• Seven Tears into the Sea by TerryFarley• The Water Shaper by Laura WilliamsMcCaffrey
    • Sea Hearts by Margo LanaganAwards• Winner, 2012 Aurealis Awards - Best Fantasy Novel• Joint Winner, 2012 Aurealis Awards - Best Young Adult Novel• Winner, 2013 Independent Booksellers of Australia Awards -Best Childrens & YA Book• Winner, 2013 Norma K Hemming Award• Shortlisted, 2013 NSW Premiers LiteraryAwards - Ethel Turner Prize (Young PeoplesLiterature)• Shortlisted, 2013 Book Design Awards - YoungAdult(continued on next slide)
    • Sea Hearts by Margo LanaganAwards (cont.)• Shortlisted, 2013 Stella Prize• Shortlisted, 2013 Norma K Hemming Award for race, gender,sexuality, class and disability in speculative fiction• Shortlisted, 2013 CBCA Awards – OlderReaders Category• Shortlisted, 2013 Ditmar Awards - Best Novel• Shortlisted, 2012 Queensland Literary Awards• Longlisted, 2013 UK CILIP Carnegie Medal• Longlisted, 2012 Gold Inky for an AustralianYA Book
    • The Shiny Guys by Doug MacLeodPublisher: Penguin GroupISBN: 9780143565307Pages: 260Links To:•Author’s Website•Teaching Notes (16 pages)
    • The Shiny Guys by Doug MacLeod• First Sentences: “I share a room with a man who snores.Every night I hear the snorts and rattles, as annoying as amosquito in my ear.”• Setting:Victoria, 1985Ward 44, a mental institutionImaginary world of Nestor• Told primarily in Colin’s voice, butalso with small chapters fromMango and Anthea’s perspectives
    • The Shiny Guys by Doug MacLeodThemes / Subjects• Mental illness• ECT (electro convulsivetherapy).• Medical institutions• Hallucinations• Imaginary worlds
    • The Shiny Guys by Doug MacLeodRead a-likes / Related Titles• Invisible by Pete Hautman• Its Kind of a Funny Story byNed Vizzini• One Flew Over the CuckoosNest by Ken Kesey
    • The Shiny Guys by Doug MacLeodAwards• Shortlisted, 2013 CBCA Awards – Older Readers Category• Shortlisted, 2012 Victorian Premier’s Literary Award (Prize forWriting for Young Adults)
    • Creepy & Maud by Dianne TouchellPublisher: Fremantle PressISBN: 9781921888953Pages: 202Links To:•Author’s Website•Teaching Notes (5 pages)
    • Creepy & Maud by Dianne Touchell• First Sentence: “My dad has trained our dog, DobieSquires, to bite my mum.”• Setting• Debut novel• Told from 2 perspectives: Creepy’s chapters have a quoteat the beginningMaud’s chapters have titles whichare separated into syllables andend in a coda
    • Creepy & Maud by Dianne TouchellThemes / Subjects• Humorous fiction• Friendship / Love• Social misfits• Mental illness• Looking and being looked at
    • Creepy & Maud by Dianne TouchellAwards• Shortlisted, 2013 CBCA Awards – Older Readers Category
    • Friday Brown by Vikki WakefieldPublisher: Text PublishingISBN: 9781921922701Pages: 334Links To:•Author’s Website•Teaching Notes (7 pages)
    • Friday Brown by Vikki Wakefield• First Sentence: “My life has been told to me throughcampfire tales— stories that spill over when the firehas burned low and silence must be filled.”• Setting:Australian outbackUnnamed Australian cityGhost town of Murungal Creek• Told in first person by Friday Brown
    • Friday Brown by Vikki WakefieldThemes / Subjects• Life change events• Runaways• Survival• Relationships• Storytelling and myths• Homelessness• Fate and destiny• Water
    • Friday Brown by Vikki WakefieldAwards• Shortlisted, 2013 CBCA Awards – Older Readers Category• Longlisted, 2013 Gold Inky for an Australian YA Book
    • The Wrong Boy by Suzy ZailPublisher: Black Dog BooksISBN: 9781742031651Pages: 256Links To:•Teaching Notes (3 pages)
    • The Wrong Boy by Suzy Zail• First Sentence: “They came at midnight, splinteringthe silence with their fists, pounding at our door untilFather let them in.”• Setting:Debrecen, HungaryAuschwitz-Birkenau• Told in first person by HannaMendel
    • The Wrong Boy by Suzy ZailThemes / Subjects• The Holocaust and the Jewish experience• Appearance versus reality• Survival• Courage• Family• Love and romance• Emotional and physical journeys• Music
    • The Wrong Boy by Suzy ZailRead a-likes / Related Titles• Between Shades of Gray by Ruta Sepetys• The Book Thief by Markus Zusak• The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas byJohn Boyne• Briar Rose by Jane Yolen• The Diary of a Young Girl by AnneFrank• “Once” series by Morris Gleitzman
    • The Wrong Boy by Suzy ZailAwards• Shortlisted, 2013 CBCA Awards – Older Readers Category
    • Jill Bruce – NSW CBCA Judge2012-2013
    • Younger ReadersThis slide came from the members section of CBCA site at www.cbca.org.au
    • Early ChildhoodThis slide came from the members section of CBCA site at www.cbca.org.au
    • Picture BooksThis slide came from the members section of CBCA site at www.cbca.org.au
    • Bankstown City Library and Information ServicePicture book ofthe yearBook Week 2013
    • Bankstown City Library and Information ServiceThe Coatby Rob Brooks and Julie Hunt“fast spinning music”“heartbreaking gipsy music”“crazy circus music”“wild twirling song”“long sad song”“high-flying songs”http://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1406687.The_Hat
    • Bankstown City Library and Information ServiceTanglewoodby Vivienne Goodman and Margaret Wild“We bring youfamily”
    • Bankstown City Library and Information ServiceHerman and Rosieby Gus Gordon“I have at last, after several months’ experience,made up my mind that New York is a splendiddesert – a doomed and steepled solitude, wherethe stranger is lonely in the midst of a million ofhis race.” Mark Twainehttp://www.cousteau.org/about-us/jaques
    • Bankstown City Library and Information ServiceSophie Scott goes southby Alison Lesterhttp://www.coolantarctica.com/Antarctica%20fact%20file/antarctica_animal.htmhttp://www.coolantarctica.com/Antarctica%20fact%20file/science/clothing_in_antarctica.htm
    • Bankstown City Library and Information ServiceA day to rememberby Mark Wilson and Jackie French“Peace is too fragileto be easily made orkept.”
    • Bankstown City Library and Information ServicePicture References: In order of appearanceThe Coat by Ron Brooks and Julie Hunt image by Syndetics via Library OPACThe Hat by Tomi Ungerer on Good Reads websitehttp://www.goodreads.com/book/show/1406687.The_HatPeasant wedding dance by Breughel the Youngerhttp://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Pieter_Brueghel_the_Younger_-_Peasant_Wedding_Dance_(1623).jpgTanglewood by Vivienne Goodman and Margaret Wild by Syndetics via Library OPACTropical Island Microsoft ClipartDolphins Microsoft ClipartTree and seagull Microsoft clipartHerman and Rosie by Gus Gordon by Syndetics via Library OPACMap of New York City Microsoft ClipartRecord Microsoft ClipartSophie Scott goes south by Alison Lister by Syndetics via Library OPACAntartica map Microsoft ClipartPaper dools Microsoft ClipartAntarctic clothes on Cool Antartcticahttp://www.coolantarctica.com/Antarctica%20fact%20file/science/clothing_in_antarctica.htmAntarctic Animals on Cool Antarcticahttp://www.coolantarctica.com/Antarctica%20fact%20file/antarctica_animal.htmA day to remember by Mark Wilson and Jackie French by Syndetics via Library OPACTwo up game from Australian War Memorialhttp://www.awm.gov.au/collection/P05382.009ANZAC Day march from State Library of South Australiahttp://images.slsa.sa.gov.au/mpcimg/08000/B7798_50.htmLone Pine from Mick Stanic, Melbourne, Australiahttp://trove.nla.gov.au/version/167482827Poppy Microsoft Clipart
    • Bankstown City Library and Information ServiceLightning Jack by Patricia Mullins and Glenda Millard by Syndetics via Library OPACPhar Lap from State Library of Victoriahttp://digital.slv.vic.gov.au/view/action/nmets.do?DOCCHOICE=114436.xml&dvs=1370308731940~728&locale=en_AU&search_terms=&adjacency=&divType=&usePid1=true&usePid2=trueEquus Arthttp://www.equusart.com/Image%2012.htmHorses Microsoft ClipartMan from Snowy River by A.B. Banjo Paterson by Syndetics via Library OPACNed Kelly by Mark Greenwood by Syndetics via Library OPACPegasus Microsoft ClipartMinties sign. Made in house
    • Based on the story by Gus GordonImages in order of appearance:New York Map Microsoft ClipartNew York Skyline Microsoft ClipartCity Lights Microsoft ClipartCall Centrehttp://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Callcentre.jpgDirty Disheshttp://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Dirty_dishes.jpgPugg Mahones Irish Pub by Alphahttp://www.flickr.com/photos/avlxyz/4984570055/Night Sky by NessieNoodlehttp://www.flickr.com/photos/52241821@N00/1110249024Musical Notation Microsoft ClipartApartment 3a by Jimmy Harrishttp://www.flickr.com/photos/50216172@N00/2534095988My Apartment by kenny-lexhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/47786740@N00/4427351723Statue of Liberty Microsoft clipartEmpire States Building Microsoft ClipartBrown Building in-house creationHotdog seller Microsoft ClipartCentral park by Doug Kerrhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/7327243@N05/4331618592Moon Microsoft ClipartDragons Lair Nightclub on Wikimedia Commonshttp://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Dragons_Lair_Nightclub_(2675867256).jpg
    • Information BooksThis slide came from the members section of CBCA site at www.cbca.org.au
    • Eve Pownall Award forInformation BooksPre-Book Week Extravaganza 2013
    • Holroyd City Council Library ServiceChildren’s & Young Adults’ TeamReneaLisa KirstyMonica
    • Eve Pownall Award for Information Books• Award to outstanding bookswhich have the prime intent todocument factual materialwith consideration given toimaginative presentation,interpretation and variation ofstyle.Eve Pownall c.1961Image – Newcastle Morning Heraldcollection, Newcastle Region Library
    • Python by Christopher Cheng & Mark Jackson(published by Walker Books)Christopher Cheng with apython.
    • Python by Christopher Cheng & Mark Jackson(published by Walker Books)• Straight read – two people (narrator and NFinformant)• Teacher’s notes - ideas and craft templateshttp://www.walkerbooks.com.au/statics/dyn/1365484812434/Python-Teachers-Notes.pdf• Nature Storybooks series
    • Lyrebird! A true storyby Jackie Kerin and illustrated by Peter Gouldthorpe (published byMuseum Victoria)
    • Lyrebird! A true storyby Jackie Kerin and illustrated by Peter Gouldthorpe (publishedby Museum Victoria)• Youtube clips – David Attenborough / Edith’slyrebird http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VjE0Kdfos4Y• The Age article – take another newspaperarticle – create a story• Interview with the illustrator – ‘Under theapple tree’ blog - http://angelasunde.blogspot.com.au/2012/12/lyrebird-true-story-blog-tour.html
    • Lyrebird! A true storyby Jackie Kerin and illustrated by Peter Gouldthorpe (published byMuseum Victoria)• Link to Australian currency – look at thedifferent animals and people• Find the bird game• Guess that sound game – LYRE LYRE
    • FUN SONG TO GET YOUR ATTENTION• Home among the gum trees – Robert BrownEVERYONE STAND UP AND JOIN INhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MLWzPQmd5sc
    • Topsy Turvy World: How Australian animalspuzzled early settlers by Kirsty Murray (published byNational Library of Australia)
    • Topsy Turvy World: How Australian animalspuzzled early settlers by Kirsty Murray (published byNational Library of Australia)• Research assignment – 15 animals to report on andpresent to the rest of the class• Competition – What is your favourite ‘Australiananimal’ and why? Draw & colour• Lyrebird reference – tie in with other title• What is wrong with this picture?
    • What is wrongwith thispicture?
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    • Topsy Turvy World: How Australian animalspuzzled early settlers by Kirsty Murray (published byNational Library of Australia)• Match the description to the animalEg. The beast had a broad flat tail and webbed feet. It looked as if the beak ofa duck had been stuck onto the head of a four-legged animal.• Match the Animal Game – link indigenousname to the picture of the animal
    • Tom the Outback Mailmanby Kristin Weidenbach and illustrated by Timothy Ide (published byLothian Children’s Books)
    • Tom the Outback Mailmanby Kristin Weidenbach and illustrated by Timothy Ide (published byLothian Children’s Books)• Design a mailbox competition or decorate andphotograph your letterbox competition• Look at old mailboxes• You tube clips – Tom Kruse – Last Mail fromBirdsville (3 clips) http://aso.gov.au/titles/documentaries/last-mail-birdsville/clip1/• Feltboard story
    • Portrait of Spain for Kidsby Queensland Art Gallery (published by the Queensland ArtGallery / Gallery of Modern Art)
    • Portrait of Spain for Kidsby Queensland Art Gallery (published by the Queensland ArtGallery / Gallery of Modern Art)• Pepe’s Escape – online gamehttp://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/kids/games_for_kids• Look at other Spanish artists, Australian artists• Portraits’ study – Qld Art Gallery (worksheet)http://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/kids/exhibitions/exhibition_archive/portraits_and_people_pictures
    • PORTRAIT OF SPAINFOR KIDSQUEENSLAND ART GALLERYGALLERY OF MODERN ART
    • Luca Giordano & Andrea BelvedereLoo-kahJor-dah-noAhn-dray-ahBel-ved-eh-reh
    • Michel-Ange HouasseMee-shel-anshOo-ahs
    • Ideas Sharing