Same drill every year… the nightmare of covering the new books. They have to be cover-sealed and I still remember the horror a few years ago when the batch of contact we bought stuck more to itself than the books. The new stuff is so good that you can peel it off (many times over) if you’re heading for a wrinkle or a bubble and it doesn’t rip even the most delicate of paper coverings.
Jono ‘Wordled’ all his covers. This is a bit of one of his English books.
The little boys had a great time with the old books, magazines, sheet music and comics we collected over the summer. Their English books have dictionary pages, the Maths books are covered in numbers and there are old maps of New Zealand on the Topic books.
Sophie designed her own covers with a colourful logo, matching stickers for pens and pencils and a co-ordinating pencil case and lunch box.
And I managed to get all the books cover-sealed with out a wrinkle, a bubble or a single swear word. That would be a first.