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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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Indeed. Christmas, birthday and summer hols rolled into one. We're trying our best 😁
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Barking and Dagenham 5h
Joyce Gale worked at Fords in the sixties and was part of the strike that took place in the Dagenham factory. This is
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This one is SOLD OUT! But there's plenty more going on for this year.
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Guardian culture 20h
Kate Bush makes second tribute to Emily Brontë with art installation
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Cityread London Apr 11
😍😍😍 We have severe chair envy here. These are AMAZING. Perfect library chairs. We need these for all of them.  
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The bookish Cityread dog is getting in on the action - she's got her paws on the good stuff and is holed up in the Spanish hills. Resistance is not futile. Join us next week as Cityread launches for 2018.
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#Readwomen 12h
The artist has written about the important Puerto Rican poet Julia de Burgos
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Get in quickly for this!
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Replying to @LDNLibraries
Cats, books, beds 😁
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Do join us to delve into this wonderful book.
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Love books? Love libraries? Love cats? Like sleeping? Well these could be just your thing.
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70 years since the arrival of the Empire Windrush - often viewed symbolically as a start of multicultural Britain it is a movement of great significance.
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Cityread London Apr 25
Good question. A very good question.
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Cityread London Apr 25
We'd love to see this garden. Wouldn't you?
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LBHF Libraries Apr 25
Askew Library's reading group next meets: Tue 1 May, 6.30pm - they'll be discussing The Muse by Jessie Burton, part of this year's celebration. Like to join in? Come along!
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Westminster Libs Apr 25
. is nearly here! This year's book is 'The Muse' by Jessie Burton. Check out the special events we'll be having special events connected to the book:
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