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Paul Mar 7
I grew up reading mythology, Dr Who, and all the 60s/70s sci-fi and fantasy books that my uncle passed on to me. Couldn’t get enough. Didn’t understand them all then. Didn’t need to. I loved them. Loved the stories. I still go back to those books sometimes 🙂
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Elin Roddy Mar 10
Once upon a time, long ago, there were many, many public libraries and well-funded schools and parents who could afford books as well as food
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Carclaze Primary Mar 7
Yesterday we loved World Book Day. Sharing books by and many more. Remember to and keep reading
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Talk Your Own Apr 23
Whether it's Hard copy or Ebooks, what's your favourite book? 📖📕📚🤓
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Pamela Butchart Apr 3
Yes to this!! And the option to selected a story for a child to read to them on the journey would be wonderful!
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FSB May 1
📚 It's national month - so why not tell us how you started your small business or became self-employed?
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Dale Lawson Mar 21
Well done ! I have to agree with the importance of the library.
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Steven Lenton Mar 11
🐠✨My copies of the Nothing To See Here Hotel 3: Sea-ing Is Believing have arrived and I’m going to give away a copy signed by me AND - simply follow us and RT to enter! ✨🧜🏻‍♀️
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Unity Schools Partnership Mar 8
Wonderful to see how our schools celebrated yesterday. Here is just a flavour...
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Rep Jason Dunnington Apr 9
Social media is so often about self promotion. Let’s change that for a minute. Tonight in I witnessed a woman get off her motorcycle and give money to a with a sign in the median. The act was moving. What have you seen today?
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James Barisic 🇪🇺 🇫🇷 🇭🇷 #FBPE Mar 7
Once upon a time, Britain asked British subjects in the Commonwealth to go to Britain and do jobs there. Some were very young & came with their parents. Some were born after their parents arrived. They built lives in Britain. had them deported. The End
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Mrs J Neal-Brook May 5
It’s never too late to form a new habit! 📚
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Lucy Allan MP Mar 7
It’s a real joy and a privilege to share a story with your child - happy times
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Kate Willetts Mar 22
THIS is why I love my job. All of the children were so interested and excited to learn more about the bookshop, and it was (is!) a pleasure and privilege to encourage and support them in their appreciation of reading.
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Nicola Baldwin May 28
Good to see at for final week of May fiction competition. Launched by with
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ProtectBox Mar 7
Congrats on your ! Never easy being 1st to pitch. Lifting millions in out of through , looking for . On Leaderboard, 🤞🏽for winning it!
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@FSBEastMids May 1
I know our members have some great stories behind their businesses. Who wants to start us off?
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#rehablegend PlymouthICURehabteam Mar 18
Guess what...we are one of the winners of the competition! So thrilled + we can’t wait to read +share our prize with the whole team. We won a copy of Seven signs of Life by the amazing !! 🥳🥳🥳
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Happy Lemon UK May 19
Sunday afternoon story and competition time! Retweet and share your story how you and your squad met to get the chance to win bubble tea and cheesecake for 4! Good luck!
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World Book Day UK 📚 Aug 21
that reading together for just 10 minutes a day can have a hugely positive impact on children of all ages? To help you take part in our campaign, we've picked the best books for 8 - 12 year olds that are out this month. Happy reading!
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