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Children celebrate Book Week

ST LAURENCE Primary School students and some teachers participated in Book Week with the theme ‘Find your Treasure’ on Tuesday, May 22, at the Leongatha school.
“The theme was set by Book Council and usually I pick my own theme but I liked this one,” library teacher Margaret Gatehouse said.
“I chose to go with this theme because books are a treasure in themselves and lots of students caught onto that and dressed as their favourite characters.”

Book characters: from left, St Laurence Primary School students Lily, Sophia and Ivy dressed up to fit the theme ‘Find your Treasure’ for Book Week on Tuesday, May 22.

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