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Camille City Wellington
Country New Zealand
Birthdate 1995-02-26
With Kidsteam 2003
Language(s) Maori, English
Favorite book(s) in ICDL The blue sky
King Winter
Favorite things to do Play netball
Favorite book(s) "Little Women", "Secret Languages", "Ballet Shoes" - I read "heaps" of stuff

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If I could change my school library media center I would ...
The library would be in a circle with 4 doors. The most number of books would be fiction. The smallest number would be reference, since you don't take them out. There would also be a computer for the library.
 
ICDL Book Reviews (10)
Axle the Freeway Cat
  Feeling - Happy
Rating - starstarstarstar

 
The Blue Sky
  Feeling - Happy, Sad
Rating - starstarstarstarstar

 
The Fireside Alphabet
  Feeling - Funny
Rating - starstarstarstar

 
Going Downtown and Other Rhymes
  Feeling - Funny
Rating - starstarstarstar

 
King Winter
  Feeling - Happy
Rating - starstarstarstarstar

 
Miss Tiny
  Feeling - Sad
Rating - starstarstarstar

 
The Quiltmaker's Gift
  Feeling - Happy
Rating - starstarstarstarstar
Summary - Because the king becomes happy and generous. Because before he was very selfish.

 
Richard Bird in the Bush
  Feeling - Happy
Rating - starstarstar

 
Sione's Talo
  Feeling - Happy
Rating - starstarstar
Summary - They got to pull out the talo, that was important because everyone helped

 
Sun Flight
  Feeling - Sad
Rating - starstarstar

 
 

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