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Cityread brings the capital together every May, uniting London over a single book. Stay tuned for our 2019 book announcement in January.
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Cityread London 43m
If there is one theatre-turned-bookshop we'd like to visit, it is most definitely this one.
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Cityread London Jan 12
What would you add or change?
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'the surest way to foil a budding love of reading is to cut off access to books altogether, and there is no greater hedge against that hazard than the library'  
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Christian Lauersen 20h
Found the library! (A bit to posh for my taste but also pretty classy)
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Orkney Library Jan 21
'Well he didn't have it easy. He was nervous, he had a stutter, the kids were mean to him, he *literally* had Lord Voldemort on his back, he was killed off in the first book...wait, what? But I thought you said this was Quirrell Appreciation Day?' 🤔
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Cityread London 21h
Best selling books of the last 100 years.
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Cityread London Jul 11
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Cityread London Jan 11
We're so excited about this!
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Cityread London Jan 21
Interested in the links between wellbeing & a sense of ? Join inspirational & creative Londoner’s to share ideas on how to integrate the elements of & Cityread’s Andy Ryan is speaking
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Cityread London Jan 21
'Libraries aren't just for books. They're often spaces that transform into what you need them to be: a classroom, a cyber café, a place to find answers, a quiet spot to be alone. It's actually kind of magical.'
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Cityread London Jan 21
'There is something about sitting down, alone, and writing to someone who you never expect to meet that makes it seem almost ridiculous to lie.'  
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Cityread London Jan 21
Read more books! It's good for you. Here's some excellent advise on how to make that happen.
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Cityread London Jan 21
Who does what? The library version of how things run.
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Christian Lauersen Jan 20
Farming Architects' wooden skeleton provides library space for children and cage for chickens
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Cityread London Jan 20
😱😱😱 not running out of books! So popular? Of course it is!
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Cityread London Jan 20
Woven art in the woods. They have a graceful grandeur about them.
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Cityread London Jan 20
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Ian Anstice Jan 19
Who Does What In English Public Libraries In January 2019: It seems to me it's useful to have a simple chart to explain this so here it is. Let me know if I have made any errors.
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Cityread London Jan 20
Fancy matching your footwear with your fav tube line?  
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