On the 11th of March second year students from St. Aidan's visited the Civic Offices in Dublin for the annual Make a Book exhibition. The students worked hard to write and illustrate their picture books. The stories go beyond your imagination and are made real through exciting and captivating illustrations.
In addition to their book, the students involved produced a PowerPoint presentation of the book for the exhibition and several of the characters from the treasury - Alfie the Alligator, Mine Craft Creepers, Spiders, the Ender Dragon and Charlie the Cheetah were printed out as six foot cut offs for the display in the foyer of the Civic Offices.
Their work was fantastic and as always the students did St. Aidan's proud. The Make a Book organisers were very impressed with the quality of the St. Aidan's students' work and said, ‘St. Aidans are raising the bar for all the other schools’. We are very proud of all the students who took part in the exhibition in which over 90 schools also took part.
Well done to all involved!
by Ehita Idemudia (St. Lauras, 2nd Year)