Happy Reading Week! πŸ€“πŸ“š

This year’s One School One book as you all know by now is the wonderful Infinite Sky by C.J. Flood. 🌌🌠

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C. J. Flood’s debut novel, “Infinite Sky”, is an emotionally compelling story of first love and family tension.

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All week we will  D.E.A.R. (Drop Everything And Read) for the last ten minutes of each class, so make sure you always have your book in your bag!

There are various competitions running throughout the week based on the book:

On Wednesday at lunchtime the library is hosting a quiz on the book with various prizes! ❀✌

Also:

1st Year competition:

Design and draw a new cover for Infinite Sky.

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2nd Year competition:

Imagine you are a journalist reporting on the events of the climax of the novel:

  • Write your report for a newspaper describing the events.
  • The final report should contain a dramatic headline

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3rd Year competition:

Design a promotional poster for the book Infinite Sky.

The poster should persuade readers to purchase the book while providing necessary details such as cost, genre, slogan, blurb and imagery.

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4th Year competition:

Iris is a character who deals with both internal and external dilemmas.

Present visually Iris’s internal and external struggles on a poster to create awareness of mental health.

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the 5th Year competition:

Infinite Sky is a novel which addresses the prejudices and preconceived ideas many have toward the travelling community. Write a blog for a youth website in which you explore how literature can teach us about issues like this. You must relate your blog to the events in the novel and other books you have read if you wish. (1 to 1 Β½ pages)

OR

Write a persuasive speech to be given to a group of parents entitled: β€˜Teenagers should be trusted to make their own decisions.’ You may agree or disagree with the statement after reading the novel.  Your response must relate to the events described in the novel (1 to 1 Β½ pages)

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voluntary 6th Year competition:

The options for 5th Year are also available to 6th Years.

Good luck everyone and happy reading!πŸ€“πŸ“šπŸ˜βœŒπŸ˜ŽπŸ“–β€


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