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Cityread brings the capital together every May, uniting London over a single book. 2018's book is The Muse by Jessie Burton.
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Cityread London Mar 16
Is this what has to offer us? Is the goal simply self improvement? Should reading faster be a positive? What is reading to you?
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Cityread London 6h
"there’ll be people sketching in the foyer, kids in a study room studying, & singing coming from the children’s activity room... People are really enjoying this space that we’re providing’’
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Cityread London 7h
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Cityread London 7h
Prize will be winging its way to you very soon! Can you email Andy with best address to send it? x
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Cityread London 7h
We are calling for submissions for a novel for Cityread 2019. The novel should be set in London and we are particularly encouraging submissions from BAME authors.
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Librarylives 18h
Wow I am amazed to have won this award, I always enjoy and really sorry that I couldn’t make it this evening
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anne Hall 18h
Nominees for the overall cityread star at the awards tonight. Congratulations to Deborah from who won the award.
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Islington Libraries 20h
At tonights celebration we picked up the award for best social media campaign. Big thanks to for the sponsorship.
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Cityread London 7h
Our one and only Andy Ryan
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Cityread London 20h
Bacon! Cheese! We're speechless, well, almost. What's the strangest bookmark you've used (or seen used)?
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Cityread London Jul 16
The world needs more havens like this
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Cityread London May 11
Peers and mentors are key to teaching literacy in prisons.
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Cityread London Jul 16
"There is an equality that occurs in libraries. Members of different parts of a community can come in and be granted the same level of access to resources."  
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Cityread London Feb 26
Invest in not phonics tests says Michael Rosen. The problem is insufficient access to
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Cityread London Jul 15
The stories behind the pen names of famous authors. What would your pen name be?  
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Cityread London May 16
We are suckers for a dreamy, well stocked, exciting book shop. Sounds like a few others too.
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Cityread London Jul 3
We'll always be suckers for beautiful libraries. Just look at these!
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Cityread London Jul 14
What a wonderful exhibition - with a carribbean living room recreated for visitors to see.
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Cityread London Jul 14
Head off to one of these amazing London bars
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