Project No. 2, tick

It seems to come around so quickly, but it was time again to return our batch of library books to our local library and so I thought it the perfect time to take care of Project No. 2 of The Little Book Adventure. The adventure is a fun year-long program being run by My Little Bookcase (in conjunction with the National Year of Reading).

Once Oscar and I had had one final read of our library books we proceeded to have a wonderful time spreading our love for books. This month, the idea of the project was to leave a little message in a book for the next person to choose it from the library.

After choosing our favourite book (a beautiful, colourful dinosaur story) we set ourselves up. I wrote a note for Oscar, and then he got into the decoration…

He approached his role with great enthusiasm…

…and was very happy with the end product…

A final re-read and then it was ready to go…

We folded it up, slipped it inside the pages of the picture book, and headed to the library to complete our mission.

I only wish I could see the look on the face of the next littlie that reads this book – I hope they get a bit of a buzz out of our little letter.

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6 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Edwena
    Apr 16, 2012 @ 05:07:17

    What a lovely picture! Perhaps the next littlie will spread their love of reading too 🙂


  2. Kirstie
    Apr 16, 2012 @ 06:12:23

    How cute! This is such a nice idea.


  3. Kirstie
    Apr 16, 2012 @ 07:22:10

    That’s great to hear. Reading is so important in this age of TV and video games (not that I’m anti either of those things, all things in moderation). I read to Xander when he wakes up from both of his day time naps and if I don’t he’ll waddle down to the nursery and pull out books and flip through them pretending to read – it’s so cute!


  4. Jackie Small (@littlebookcase)
    Apr 29, 2012 @ 23:03:28

    Oscar does look like he enjoyed the task. I’d also love to hide out in the library so I could see the look on the face of the next reader.


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