Maegan Jenkins (left) confers with Golden Ears elementary schoolmates Gabe Clutchey

Books, books, books

Bookfest 2013 at Albion elementary in Maple Ridge featured author Rachelle Delaney

Students in Maple Ridge and Pitt Meadows have been busy reading since September to prepare themselves for Bookfest 2013.

The annual event, held for the 32nd year, featured games and contests. Student got to meet Rachelle  Delaney, author of The Metro Dogs of Moscow. Games include a literary Wheel of Fortune station and a literary Jeopardy station.

Bookfest Titles for 2013

The Metro Dogs of Moscow: By Delaney (Visiting author)

One and Only Ivan  By Applegate

Explorer The Mystery Boxes by Kazu Kibuishi

Shannen and the Dream for a School  By  Janet Wilson

Out of my mind by Sharon Draper

Between Heaven and Earth      By Eric Walters

The Tiffin  By Mahtab Narsimhan

Eye of the Crow By Shane Peacock

 

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