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ST. MARK’S GIRLS SENIOR SECONDARY SCHOOL
MEERA BAGH, NEW DELHI - 87
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Book Week
SMS Girls - Book Week
William Blake rightly said that a child solely has the sensitivity and ability to fathom the universe in its entirety.
 
Book Week - (1 to 4 August 2018)
Books are uniquely portable magic. Book fair are appetizer for further reading. Book fairs play a huge role in encouraging reading habit among students.

Scholastic Book Fair was held at St. Marks Girls Sr. Sec. School from August 1 to 4, 2018. The fair brought along a wide treasure trove of age-appropriate books that empowered the children of all ages to select the books that they would like to read, thus igniting a passion for reading in them. The students’ excitement and enthusiasm for the book fair was very high.
Book Week for Juniors - (December 2017)
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"Books are the quietest and most constant of friends; they are the most accessible and wisest of counselors and the most patient of teachers"
- Charls William Eliot

Keeping in mind the importance of books in the formative years of a child, a 'book week' was organised for students of Classes I-V.

The students of Class I make book marks. The students of Class II performed an activity of book cover making. Class III students made comic strips. Class IV students participated in 'tale with a twist'. The students of Class V put their imagination to use to write stories for the competition 'story web'.
Book Week - (December 2017)
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There is no loyal friend than a book. A great book leaves you with great experience and you live several lives with it. In an endeavour to hone the creative skills in writing, the school organised Book Week for its literature lovers. Sundry activities were held for Classes VI to XI. Keeping in tune with the times, the students of Class XI wrote travel blogs unravelling their novel experiences they have had during their vacation. Class IX indulged themselves in a gastronomical journey by writing blogs on food. Class VII and VIII explored the world of books in a unique way by writing Fractured Fairy Tales and Purquoi Tales respectively. In this world of media and networking, the students of Class VI followed the culture of the news channel by giving breaking news in a spicy manner. This activity was named Masala News as the students exaggerated a petty thing into a charade just as the news anchors. All in all, it was a great event.
 
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