Borrowing Booknook for our community at Holy Trinity Kinder, Hampton

Borrowing Booknook for our community at Holy Trinity Kinder, Hampton

Our idea is to set up a borrowing booknook ( resource library) for families, grandparents, carers, au pairs to borrow books to read at home on a diverse range of topics such as mental health, parenting , anti bias, Australia’s First People, LGBTI, healthy eating, nature play and body safety books.

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The major costs associated with the project are

Purchasing the diverse range of resource books Purchasing a cabinet to store & protect the books

The $1,000 grant will be used

The following resource books :Balanced and Barefoot – Angela HanscomRaising Girls – Steve BiddulphRaising Boys in the 21st century – Steve BiddulphReal Kids in an Unreal World : Resilience and Self-Esteem in Today's Children - Maggie DentReady Set Go – Kathy WalkerThe Good Stuff : Delicious recipes and tips for happier and healthier children – Lucinda MillerBody Safety Education : A Parents' Guide to Protecting Kids from Sexual Abuse - Jayneen SandersOpen Hearts, Open Minds: An Anti-Bias, Multicultural Curriculum for Home and School Environments - Magee DonnellyPink is for boys -Eda KabanThe Journey Cycles of the Boonwurrung: stories with Boonwurrung Language- Carolyn BriggsThe Skin you live in - Michael Tyler Are uou Ok? - Kati Morton Positive Discipline for Preschoolers, Revised 4th Edition: For Their Early Years -- Raising Children Who Are Responsible, Respectful, and Resourceful - Roslyn DuffyThis for storage :HEMNES Glass-door cabinet,$399 for storing the books in.

How they raise the rest of the funding

Through local fundraising at Bunnings or a raffle