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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 7h
A list of British BAME authors for children. Do add your own recommendations?
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Ian Anstice 20h
"When councils said what they were planning to cut moderately or severely ... 47% said libraries". £1 billion more local government cuts expected next year, with libraries expected to fare amongst the worst of services.
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Cityread London 13h
What an exciting prospect! The winners of our new Story Explorers competition will get a visit to their school from a top author including , & more! ✨ via
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Cityread London 15h
This one! We're definitely and all about Precisely. via
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Cityread London Aug 31
This is where we'd like to be right now. Taking it easy with a good book.
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Cityread London Sep 19
We love these and frankly would like to see more of their work. 💪
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Cityread London Sep 19
Look up, look down, look all around.
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Cityread London Sep 19
'Libraries are not only about lending books. They are creative spaces, not only for individuals, but also teams. They are economic incubators and learning hubs.'
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Ian Anstice Sep 18
Australia invests in public libraries, with imagination. Green Square has the option of borrowing chips with movies on them, a baby grand piano and enough musical instruments to form a rock band. And it looks like a lovely place to read a book too.
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Cityread London Aug 8
The Booksellers Association has launched a series of measures aimed at helping book retailers to achieve greater diversity.
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Cityread London Sep 19
'Libraries provide a set of principles that have helped guide intellectual growth for the past century. In the age of AI, those principles are more relevant than ever'
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Cityread London Sep 18
This is definitely our sort of drinking den - library style
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Cityread London Aug 7
We're ok with this bookcover trend. What do you think 2019 will bring?
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Cityread London Sep 18
Work is under way on the redevelopment of a Newcastle library, which will help people tackle drug and alcohol addictions.  
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Cityread London Sep 2
"poetry is the most organic art form; it does not require money or physical labor. A poem doesn’t need to follow any particular grammar rules; it is the record of one’s own experience, a singular voice"
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Cityread London Sep 17
Dutch public school library given library of the year award.
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Janet Fielding Sep 15
Passed my favourite road sign yesterday.
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Cityread London Sep 17
'A new computer coding kit at Woodhall Spa Library will open a door to the digital world for the local community.'
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Cityread London Sep 17
Grand theft library. Almost. Luckily they didn't quite pull it off.
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Nicholas Poole Sep 16
Lots of studies around which seem to prove that if you fund a properly, the people who run it do impressive, innovative things which drive increased use. Libraries have adapted and innovated, now they need *money* to scale up their impact
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