Afternoon Tea at Auburn North

It’s Book Week time and that means lots of (well for most years) tripping in to schools. This year my delightful friend Deb Abela organised a gathering (colletive noun anyone?) of afternoon teas around the inner west and I was one of the privileged folk to enjoy this time last Monday. Along with Susanne, Deb, Oliver and Jeni, I chit-chatted my way through 13 minutes (which I didn’t adhere to) of stories and tales and fun!

Mrs Clift, the teacher librarian at Auburn North Primary School did a great job of getting the kids in touch with us, and even had a few blog posts. Here is their website.

Thanks Auburn North for an awesome afternoon!

3 Responses to Afternoon Tea at Auburn North

  1. Collective noun – a brew of morning teas? A sip of morning teas? A clatter of morning teas?

    SarahD August 23, 2010 at 3:51 pm Reply
  2. ooh – I do like a ‘clatter’!

    How about an infusion of afternoon teas? Or a steeping of teas?

    The Family Librarian August 24, 2010 at 1:10 pm Reply
  3. a brew,
    a sip
    a clatter
    an infusion
    a steeping
    …. how excellent!

    CHRISTOPHER CHENG August 25, 2010 at 2:40 pm Reply

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