Gotta keep reading: Tyalla Public School students Brooke Cordell and Laela Davidson got into the spirit during the school’s Library Week celebrations.
Gotta keep reading: Tyalla Public School students Brooke Cordell and Laela Davidson got into the spirit during the school’s Library Week celebrations.

'Gotta keep reading'

THE Black Eyed Peas helped Tyalla Public School celebrate Library Week yesterday.

Students bopped along to an adaptation of their hit song ‘I Gotta Feeling’ with ‘Gotta Keep Reading’– as part of the statewide celebrations.

The day began with students Emma Jaeger and Samantha Shortt reading ‘Little White Dogs Can’t Jump’ by Bruce Whatley and Rosie Smith simultaneously with all public schools in the State. Illustrations from the book were projected on to the big screen in the school hall.

Following the story, the entire school joined in a loud and funky rendition of ‘Gotta Keep Reading’ complete with dance moves, which nearly lifted the brand new roof from the school hall, thanks to the organisation of teacher librarian Julie Morgan.

Lines like ‘Gotta keep reading. . . ’cause this books gunna be a good book’ could be heard across the fields.

The session will cover Gmail for Beginners, Your Library Online and Online Gems for Book Lovers.

Phone 6648 4900 to book your place. Library Week finishes May 30.



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