Before we got our Duffy Books we went to a Duffy Assembly and we saw Henry and Robert Rakete. Robert Rakete was talking about saving our books for our grandchildren, kids, nieces or nephews. After that teachers from each class had to pick one of their students to get a Duffy Book for reading and then they had to take a photo, then we had to walk back to our class rooms.
We read an article called "Finding China". It was about a girl who travelled to China all on her own. She was from New Zealand and found the food to be very different. She ate a lot of vegetables and meat.
What we did for maths is that we had to solve these problems by matching the time and what months are the books were made in. We did this kind of maths because it is a level six maths. My favourite part was solving all of them because it was fun for me to do it.