Interesting Comments – June ’11
Thank you for your comments to the thought-provoking questions in the extracts posted in June. Here are the five winners we’ve picked. We will be contacting you to pick up your vouchers.
Top 5 comments for June
|Date posted||Interesting Comment||Blog post||Name of contributor|
|11-June||If that questions was posed to my 5-year-old self, I would probably have a very different answer involving fairies and Fairyland …||http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/readandreap/junior/already-full-of-magic/||Read!|
|11-June||Well,first off, who can deny that science has indeed bring great benefits and comfort to us? Science is a big word that comprises of many many smaller aspects …||http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/readandreap/young-people/we-are-spinning-out-of-control/ ||Xin Ru|
|11-June||I think this quote is particularly appropriate. “Science by itself has no moral dimension. But it does seek to establish truth. And upon this truth, morality can be built.” …||http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/readandreap/young-people/we-are-spinning-out-of-control/ ||Yun Ting|
|11-June||Any invention can be a double-edged sword and science is no exception. Advances in science have created …||http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/readandreap/young-people/we-are-spinning-out-of-control/ ||Wei Li|
|15-June||The beauty of an ordinary life is doing the same things again and again, but you will never getting tired of it…||http://blogs.nlb.gov.sg/readandreap/young-people/the-fun-of-waking-up-every-morning/||Sim Khai Leng|
Do continue to leave your comments to the questions and you too may win yourself a $10 book voucher!