We are now reaching the end of this year’s March Break and many of you would have been going away but, because of the Convid19 Virus, most of the places you might have visited were closed down and planes were grounded. Around the world, most people stayed home and when this week is over, most of the schools’ worldwide are still closed, for another few weeks at least.
Most children and adults worldwide have also been told to stay home and not to mix with their friends in social events, but must stay close to home as most owners of companies have closed down their businesses until the virus has stopped spreading. That means all people along with their families have been asked to participate in “social distancing” to stop the growth of this virus. This means that you and your parents cannot visit with your friends and neighbours and must stay close to home.
Professor Owl’s Book Corner would like to help you find productive and fun ways to spend your time, along with some virtual travel and fun activities, here we give you all some great ideas on how to spend your time. Although many of you may think that is great, “NO SCHOOL!” but for some, it can be a worrying time – how are they going to keep up with their schooling, studying for exams, etc. especially if you were set to graduate. We are also giving some learning resources to help you keep on track.
Professor Owl’s Book Corner values learning and reading and we will try to update this information on a weekly basis until you go back to school. Take this time to learn a new craft, try to improve the school subjects you may have problems with or read all the books you want to read.
Ready, Steady Go!
Get your computer or iPad, find yourself a comfy place and “Off we go.”
Professor Owls Favourite ~ Reads
Tunnel of Bones (City of Ghosts #2)
by Victoria Schwab (Author)
Tunnel of Bones is the second book about ghost hunter/helper Cassidy Blake and her ghost friend Jacob, and although this series is intended for middle-grade readers, it’s excellent for all ages. This book has it all: History, Ghosts, Mystery and Detective work all as always just excellent storytelling and character growth, as well as a good understanding of the story the author wants to tell.
Trouble is haunting Cassidy Blake ~ even more than usual. She (plus her ghost best friend, Jacob, of course) is in Paris, where Cass’s parents are filming their TV show about the world’s most haunted cities. Sure, it’s fun eating croissants and seeing the Eiffel Tower, but there’s true ghostly danger lurking beneath Paris, in the creepy underground Catacombs. When Cass accidentally awakens a frighteningly strong spirit, she must rely on her still-growing skills as a ghosthunter — and turn to friends both old and new to help her unravel a mystery. But time is running out, and the spirit is only growing stronger.
I feel Victoria Schwab is a writing genius. Her stories, characters, settings and worlds, I can never get enough. I look forward to seeing what city Cassidy’s adventures take her to next, and the force she’s unleashes that could haunt the city forever.
If you do not have an eReader, you can download both or either Kobo, Kindle Desktop App. (See below)
The Kobo Desktop Application lets you read, build a digital library and shop for eBooks on your eReaders, iPads, computers or laptops.
All you have to do is download the desktop application and install it on your computer – they support both Windows and Macintosh operating systems.
They also have some free books to download. See below:-
Amazon Kindle – Apps on Google Play
The best way to get free books is to go to “Bestsellers in Kindle Store” and pick up “Top 100 Free”. You will be able to see the most popular free titles in their Store. The list is being updated a couple of times a day, so it picks the hottest free titles that are currently available.
Google Play Books – Looking for free books?
This interesting article from Thrillest.com talks about using the Libby app to access Thousands of Ebooks, Magazines, Comic Books & Audiobooks for Free.
Homeschooling Through COVID–19 The Coalition for Responsible Home Education is offering resources to help families navigate your education through this pandemic. On this page, you’ll find links to our recommendations for utilizing the time in the interim between school closures and resources for getting started if homeschooling through the end of the year (or longer) might be …
The spread of COVID–19 is an uncertain time for everyone. Showing some grace towards each other will go a long way towards making you feel comfortable and secure. Switching to online or homeschool because of school closures can also be a weird transition, so sticking to a routine and allowing yourself a little time for recreation can go a long way in helping you get caught up on what you have missed or want to check out what you have already learned.
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We hope you will find something that you like in this special edition ~ Please write to Professor Owl, let us know what you think, like best and give us any ideas on things you would like to see.
Watch for next weeks issue next Thursday, March 25th, and every week until June 2020.