Avec Blandine, Fred, Charlotte, Elsa, Charlotte- a la technique Anne Sophie, Elisabeth et Adriano
Nos invites Samuel et Faustine
Atelier d'ecriture avec Nicolas Fargues - Alliance Française d'Auckland
Fete de la Musique Samedi 18 Juin au Golden Door bar
tous les details ici:http://www.alliance-francaise.co.nz/
Rencontre avec Faustine et Samuel, initiateurs du projet My little French Book Van ' : 6 mois en Nouvelle Zelande a rencontrer etudiants, profs de francais et les Alliances Française
Tous les details par ici https://www.facebook.com/mylittlefrenchbookvan/
et sur leur blog https://mylittlefrenchbookvan.wordpress.com/
Pour ceux qui n'ont pas encore visité Tiritiri Matangi, le site : http://tiritirimatangi.org.
Mesage de Fred:
Pour le projet livre de Te Puea Marae, une inititiative a soutenir:
"in response to the wonderful manaakitanga shown by Te Puea Marae, and in particular, as a way of supporting the future of the kids that the Marae are helping, I’ve partnered with the University bookshop to get a library of wonderful kids and YA books – fiction and non-fiction – for the Marae. Why? Because I really do believe that “there is no frigate like a book/to take us to lands away” (that’s Emily Dickinson) - and there’s excellent research that shows that early reading is a huge indicator of both future success and empathy, with all the spillover benefits I know you know about.
Here’s what the University book shop has proposed:
"As a University bookshop, UBS knows the incredible value of reading for a child.That is why from June 10th – 18th for every book purchased for Te Puea Marae, UBS will donate a book of the same value. We will be collecting the books in store, so simply let our staff know you wish to make a donation.
I‘Today a reader, tomorrow a leader’ – Margaret Fuller.”
So choose a wonderful book – supporting our independent book store on campus – and they’ll donate to match. Anyone who needs book recommendations, feel free to ask!
Those of you not on campus can purchase books online https://www.ubsbooks.co.nz/ or over the phone 09 3062700 – make sure you note it is for Te Puea Marae as this will mean the bookshop will donate to match, and will store the donations for collection.
After June 18th, I will deliver the books to Te Puea on your behalf. I’ve talked to Te Puea Marae, and they are happy to take donations of books to support the kids’ learning and enjoyment. Books will also be distributed to families as they leave the Marae, particularly if they have a lot of book donations :)
Please feel free to share this email with those colleagues and friends that you think would like to participate,
Ngā mihi Kate