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Book It Episode 1

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Hello and welcome to boocket and Kaya, and I will be one of the podcasters for listening to podcast. This podcast will be about the pleasure of reading. Before we begin, please feel free to give any suggestion that you think will make this podcast better by filling out the form on the website. Also, we will be giving a shout out. So if you would like to hear your name the announced on this podcast, please say that you would like a shoutout in the form and tell us your name as well. Or if you'd like to nominate someone for being a lockdown hero and if you would like then to be mentioned on this podcast, please add that into the form as well and tell us why you're nominating one. But before we begin, we would like to say a very happy eighty nine birthday from last week to Helmut person from the beach would care home. We hope you have celebrated as much as you can and had a very nice day. Okay, let's get started,...

...shall we? I forgot that I'm not going to get a response, as this is a podcast and there's no one here to answer me anyways. So our topic for this week is, drum roll please, your favorite book of the Child. My favorite because a child was chocolate in this for greedy ghost by Julie a donaldson. The reason that I love this book, I think, is because as a child, my mom made all of funny voices for the animals and I memorize the wall and eventually I could, like, read it with her from memory, which is why I think starting to read to such a young age low's children into such a magical world and they never want to leave. At this point. I think those special one to one reading times with my mom made me love wooding and to this day I am proud to see that I am still reading. Now I'm going to read the book to You, as it's just a small little book. Okay, Julia...

Donaldson. And next char at chocolate, miss for greedy goose. Where's the meal, asks hungry seal. It's coming now, says busy col what can I smell? Ask shary Gazelle. Macaroni, says shit like Bonny, too hot for me. Is this chimpanzee blown it then, says mother hen carrots, Yuck, says fussy up. They're good for you, says kangaroo. Chocolate, Miss Greedy goose, don't just grab it, says Hungry Rabbit, I like the ball, says for a more a lock at cleaner. Last Hyena, it's all gone, says sad boys one, I'll eat the cloth, says. Happen off. Let's wash up, says health of pop but Lazy Sheep Says No, let's Sley. Here's this about Julia Donaldson, who is the author of this book. Fact One, she was a young girl,...

Julia's father gave her a poetry book called the Book of a thousand poems. She would learn and recite these poems and begin to write her very own. Fact too, Julia met Malcolm Donaldson, who she read at Bristol University. They would bus and sling across the world, writing specific songs for each country. The Spaghetti Song was a real hit in Italy. Fact Three. Before releasing her first book, Julia Donaldson was a singer Songwriter for children's television. She was inspired to turn her song, a squash and squeeze, into a story bit with pictures. She collaborated with illustrate her axl cheffer, and the tale was published in nineteen ninety. Three, six years before the GARFFOL was released. Fat Four. Julia Donaldson's the Garffelo Book was actually inspired by...

Chinese Folk Flore there is a taleble the girl who escapes the wrath of a tiger by claiming to be the Queen of the jungle. The Tiger follows her through the jungle and mistened turprets the fear of the other animals to be scared of the girl and the tiger, the tiger fled. Fact Five, despite being a children's author, in two thousand and nine Julia published her very first book for the teenage market. It was titled Running in the cracks. It is also her longest book to date. Fat Six, there is a portrait of Julia Donaldson by artist Peter Monkman in the National Gallery. It features her and prop covered where she writes her stories, as commissioned by the trustees for the for the first prize BP Portrait Award Two Thousand and nine. The painting...

...itself is oil on canvas. Fact seven, Julia Donaldson was the Children's laureate from two thousand and eleven to two thousand and thirteen, and aim of hers was to encourage children to perform more poetry and plays, to create a greater love of reading and books. Also during her tenure, she passionately campaigned against library budget pots and closures. Fact, eight in two thousand and eleven, as part of the Queen's birthday owners she was appointed Mbe for services to literature and later promoted to c be in two thousand and nineteen New Year honors hat. Nine in two thousand and thirteen, Julia and her fans set the world record for creating the longest chain of paper dolls Macmillan Children's books. Fifty volunteers...

...and fans from all over the world submitted tens of thousands of hands designed paper dolls. Forty five thousand two hundred and eighty two paper dolls were laid out on the chain measured four thousand five hundred and forty nine point seven meters, breaking the previous record of two thousand six hundred eighty three point two one meters. That is the equivalent of forty football pitches packed ten. She has written more than two hundred books. Over eighty these are available to buy in shops or online, with more than a hundred and twenty designed for schools. Here are some roll bow with popping jokes. Why is six of grade of seven? Because seven, eight nine, a teacher asks the people. How did...

...do find skill today, and the people replies, well, I've just got off the Boston it was there. What is the best way to get straight? A's use a ruler, the teacher says to the people. What do we call out? Parts of a tree. The people replies, don't know. Miss. The teacher says back, lots of people bark, silly bark, and then the people says back, woof, woof, what, Braf did the pirate diet? At School, High Sees, how do you make the number one disappear at the letter g and then it's gone. Now here is some of our schools teachers to tell you what their favorite book is. The child was now we have our Spanish and French teacher, mysticly. Hello,...

...mystic me here. My favorite book is actually a series of books called a series of unfortunate events by lemony snicket. It follows the story of three orphaned children, Violet close and sunny bold layer, as they tried to find out the truth of it, what happened to their parents, all the while having to escape from their nasty relative count laugh, who wants to steal their family fortune. I love this book series because I really enjoyed the dark sense of humor and I also looked up to the big sister violet, who used her intelligence to get out of every tricky situation. Whenever I think of these books, I also think of my best friend who loved the series as well, and we used to race each other to see who would finish their book first. If you love drama, mystery and Dead Pan Humor, then I really recommend these books to you. I have heard of series of unfortunate events...

Mistigny, but I haven't read the books. I've only seen advertise on Netflix, but I'll be sure to watch it and give the book goal. Thank you very much. Staying with the languages, we have our German and French teacher, Miss M Kenzie. Hi, this is Miss Mackenzie. My favorite book in My childhood was a book that we did at school in primary seven called the Twelve Day of July by Joan lingard. It's set in Northern Ireland and there are two main characters, Sadi and Kevin. They fall in love. One's Protestant, ones Catholic, and through the religious divide in Belfast you learn lots about what it's like being a teenager and what it was like growing up in Northern Ireland during the troubles. I loved this book because I had family in Northern Ireland and I used to go there regularly and I never understood why there were problems between the Protestants and the Catholics and the book was an...

...amazing story. It turns into a series of four or five books and that helped me learn about what was happening there. The same author, Joan lingered, wrote a series of books called Maggie about a Glasswegian girl who's granny was involved in moving out of the highlands and her ancestors had been involved in the cleudances, and that taught me lots to about what had happened in Scotland. So if you're interested in the history of Northern Ireland, then the twelve day of July and the cleudances in Scotland, then the Maggie books. I've never ever heard of your book performance, McKenzie. The sounds very, very interesting and very intriguing and but as I find it one day I'll be sure to give a track as it does sound very interesting. Thank you very much for sharing it with us before we end this podcast. For my birthday I got...

...our inspirational coote book called the boy, the more the thoughts and the horse by Charlie and Kessey. So I'm going to read one of those quotes to you to end this podcast off. And so small, said the mall. Yes, said the boy, but you make a huge different. That's all we've got time for this week, but we hope to see you back here next week. We really hope here enjoyed it. Please feel free to give us feedback on form attack from this website and until next time, present book its. Have a lot where weekend divide her now. Thank Good.

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