Magic Book Project

The Reading Project 2018

Dear Teachers & Librarians,

Like you, we are always looking for students to discover their perfect book!

We are hoping you will take part in our Reading Project commencing Week 1 Term 3, 2018.

We will send you a copy of your choice of the 4 books promoted, plus 25 chapter samplers for your students to read and review.

Click here to view the FOUR books on offer this year.

 

Reviews

We would like students to submit their final reviews to us by 7 September to be eligible to win a prize. Students can WRITE a review, FILM a review, DRAW a review, or why not CREATE A COLLAGE.

Full details about how to submit student reviews, along with teacher’s notes & additional resources, will be shared at a later date.

Prizes 

An Apple iPad Mini 2 (32 GB) for the most original entry, PLUS a signed copy of the reviewed book for outstanding entries!

All schools that take part in the project will go in the draw to win a complete set of books (25).

Registrations must be submitted by 18 June 2018.  Open to Australian residents only. Winners will be notified on 21 September by email via the school contact .      Click here to view Terms and Conditions & Privacy Policy.

Entries to this project have now closed

 

4 thoughts on “The Reading Project 2018

  1. Narelle Knight says:

    Thank you for the Magic Book Project opportunity. This will tie in well with my current Reading Program as well as leading up to Book Week. I have been greedy and ticked all 4 books as they all sound appealing and I cannot ask students to vote for their preferences as we are currently on holiday. We are a large scale and I will have plenty of takers for the different titles.

  2. Sandra Flower says:

    Wonderful that you are offering students the opportunity to sample different titles, it is so important for students to read widely. This is a great way of prompting different books to students.

  3. Karelle Taylor says:

    Very excited about this prject. I’m looking forward to inspiring some Upper Primary students to read more widely.

  4. Tracey Ilich says:

    I have started a Book Club at our school, great opportunity to sign up and get these
    great stories out to our students. Thank you

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