Want to know more about the latest news and important issues? Tune in to watch KEA Kids News, which will help explain the tough stuff. KEA Kids News is a twice-weekly video bulletin of new by kids for kids.
Inquisitive kid reporters will pick and peck through local, national, and international news to find interesting stories and ask questions. It’s aimed at 7 – 11 year olds.
Tune in every Wednesday at midday, and Saturday at 9am for the latest video bulletin at stuff.co.nz/KEA
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Newsprints, Ru Xu
I liked it.
it was kind of sad at the end though.
still it was a good book.
Reviewed by lucia from Khandallah and Other , 11 years old
Newsprints, Ru Xu
I like the bit when Blue found the golden bird.
Reviewed by Akane from Karori and Thorndon School , 5 years old
Changing times : the story of a New Zealand town and its newspaper, by Bob Kerr
A good resource book about a small town, its newspaper, and how reading the newspaper has changed, I thought this was very interesting and it was easy to read. It would be great for a school project.
Reviewed by Luke from Karori and Karori Normal School , 12 years old
One of my favourite authors – Neil Gaiman, has given an awesome speech about how he sees the future of books, reading and libraries.
He reckons that you should be able to read what ever you enjoy and that adults could destroy a child’s love a reading forever by making them read books that they like instead of what the child likes. He believes that there is no such thing as a bad book and that adults should never try to stop a child from reading what they want to read.
The popularity of eBooks does not mean that physical books are a thing of the past, and he is very keen to see that libraries continue to stay open and stock lots of books. Neil Gaiman believes that reading fiction is one of the most important things we can do to ensure we have a successful future.
So go and grab some fiction today! How about one of Neil Gaiman’s excellent books: