Library news


The amount of time for students to complete reading and record their books is soon coming to a close. Completed sheets need to be returned to Mrs Rose by Thursday 26 August so that your child’s name can be entered into the data bank for the printing of certificates.   Well done to all students who are taking part in this great reading challenge.​


Discover robotics and makerspace activities! Be part of a block building project. Play games and explore technology. Join our sensory storytimes and activities too!

Caboolture, North Lakes and Redcliffe libraries are offering a backstage pass tailored for families living with autism, or who may require individual assistance. Explore collections, activities and get a sneak peek ’behind the scenes’ after hours. Claim your free pass!

This award-winning FREE program offers a welcoming, low-sensory and judgment- free space for all family members.  Facilitated by our friendly library staff. Registration required.

Backstage Pass was the category winner for Disability Access and Inclusion in the 2019 National Awards for Local Government.

Note: Caboolture Library is also partnering with Caboolture Regional Art Gallery to offer even more activities at their Backstage Pass events. With both facilities located in the Caboolture Hub, you will be able to easily slip across to the Gallery to also explore visual arts, create costumes and accessories!

More information can be found at Events/Backstage-Pass

2021 CHILDREN’S BOOK WEEK - THEME: “Old World, New Worlds, Other Worlds”

The date by CBCA for Book Week is Term 3 (Week 7) during 23 August – 27 August.​

  • Shortlisted books will be on display in the Library – these will be used for my library lessons and reading across the term with classes as they come to the Library

  • Winners of the short-listed books are announced by CBCA on 20 August.

  • Library will conduct competitions for students across the week with book prize packs.

  • Book Week Parade (short version) will take place on Monday 23 August at the end of assembly time/no specialist lessons/before choir practice.

If students wish to come dressed as a character – please encourage something that is related to the theme or a book character (not a movie!)

There will be no prizes from Book Parade for ‘best dressed’ etc.