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Rob Biddulph Jul 10
Hello. My name is Rob and I am the official illustrator. One of my duties is to design and draw all of our little bookmark characters (see pics) and I was wondering if you had any ideas for some new ones. Please reply using the hashtag . Thanks!
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Tomthunkit™ May 25
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Tomthunkit™ May 25
‘Reading every day has made me smarter.’ — This 4-year-old is the advocate for reading we need on
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Dr. Lal Khan Kakar Apr 26
is the only way to enhance . organised by Shaheed Baz M Kakar Foundation
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Turnbull English May 17
S1 and S3 pupils handing over the donations that they had collected for . The pupils got the opportunity to go to office and learn more about the charity and all the amazing work they do. Thank you to everyone who donated books, letters and stationery!
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Kristin Bugnitz Apr 25
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Chirasree Bose May 3
When you accidentally find your book featured as a 'Hot New Release' on Amazon Kindle. 💕😇
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John pitchford 🌹 Apr 25
Which book/books are you reading at the moment & would you recommend them? I’m reading Bob Monkhouse’s autobiography Crying With Laughter & Stephen King’s The Outsider on audiobook & think there’re both good.
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Vanya Apr 28
Bought these a few days ago on
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UVA Young Alumni Apr 25
We missed a few days ago but here are a few of our favorites written by Hoos for Hoos!
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Dr. Lal Khan Kakar Apr 28
organise by .A reader Lives thousand lives before he dies.The man who never reads lives only one
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Rob Biddulph Jul 9
We're in the process of putting together next years campaign and wondered if you would like to help us out with some bookmark character suggestions. Who or what would you like to me to draw as a bookmark? Reply using the hashtag to share your ideas...
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Harish chauhan Apr 26
By reading these books, there will be such hatred towards alcohol, tobacco and other intoxicants that they will get their name from taking the name.
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Lonely Planet Apr 27
These 10 beautiful libraries from around the world will have you lost for words... http://
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LaSalle SC Infantil y Primaria May 10
We have learnt a little bit about Edgar Alan Poe his stories with a storyteller illustrator.
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MAKERS May 1
"Writing changed my life, cured me physically, allowed me to soar emotionally and intellectually." Author Judy Blume on how writing shaped her into the person she is today. 🙌
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Marianne Sciucco Jul 20
Some thoughts on the 5th birthday of my first novel, Blue Hydrangeas, an Alzheimer's love story
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Frederick Noronha Apr 27
Harsh Mandar on why he writes: 1. Want to tell stories abt real people. Stories build empathy. 2. To speak out against injustice. An act of conscience 3. I write in imagination of the possibility of a different world. Writing is an act of magination.
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BBC Pidgin Apr 30
As part of activity to mark dis year World Book Day, BBC Pidgin siddon with 11-year-old Tamara Ebitonmor wey be ogbonge book lover and book reviewer. Tamara Ebitonmor na 11-year-old wey don read pass 400 books
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Sivasangarapandian Jul 19
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