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London Libraries Apr 15
Who will you be reading with your Java this ? Stop by a for some inspiration.
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@DaveMcNeilly Apr 17
Students, KEEP READING!! Reading is good for learning and is needed in all areas of life. Encourage your child to continue to read and help our students reach their April reading goal - 22,350 minutes!
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Librarian 15h
Replying to @Karlwheel
We have this ready as one of our class reads (every class in the school is read these specially selected picture books) this term, you are welcome to pop in and read it to the children if you are out and about in Cambridgeshire ;-) 📚
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London Libraries Apr 14
Is that we see??? Could it be spring, at last?
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Aubrie C Williams Apr 18
I did say they could read independently wherever they wanted😜 works for me as long as they’re following the rules of and 💕📚
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London Libraries Apr 17
There are so many reasons to be glad: the sun is out & spring seems to be here! Why not stop by one of London’s excellent ? ❤️📚
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Kenni Dwyer Apr 13
When they beg for more reading time...
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Janneke Jobsis-Brown 21h
"Many people, myself among them, feel better at the mere sight of a book."
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London Libraries Apr 16
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Andrew Jackson Library Apr 18
5th Six weeks top readers! Keep it up kiddos!!
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Maggie Anderson Apr 10
FINAL book in the series coming this year! Into bad ass vampires and kick ass action that keeps you turning the page? READ this series!
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Mrs. Chapman's 3s Apr 19
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Jill Thibodeaux Apr 11
The joy of finishing 734 pages of Harry Potter!
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London Libraries Apr 18
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carol hedges Apr 14
Victorian London brought to life in all its gory glory. 🎩THE VICTORIAN DETECTIVES 🎩 'Worth the risk of reading your Kindle in the bath!'
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Cedars Manor 21h
Thank you to John Dougherty who came to Cedars Manor School on 19th April and wowed the children with his assemblies. Everyone (adults too) is eager to read the Stinkbomb & Ketchup-Face series.
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St Francis of Assisi Apr 19
There is nothing better than listening to a funny story with your friend
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London Libraries Apr 10
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Emma Paton Apr 18
I just love these books. Such a great opening for primary geography. My Year 1’s love them. Thank you
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London Libraries Apr 12
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