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Joanne Harris Apr 23
On , a reminder that, as readers, you have the absolute right to do any of these things without feeling guilty: Read for any reason you choose Enjoy any book you like, regardless of genre or quality Dislike a book that others rate highly Leave a book unfinished
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Mahsuda Snaith Dec 12
This is one of my happiest announcements EVER. After years of dragging friends to events (and as a person who knows the true gift a free book can be) has been chosen as a book 2019 by 📚 🙆🏽‍♀️📚
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Jess Kidd Dec 12
My debut novel has been chosen for 2019. This project celebrates the transformative power of reading, finding new readers of all ages throughout our communities. I couldn't be prouder or happier to be part of this.
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Esabella Karena Apr 23
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Laura Kate Apr 24
display at Parkhouse today! Help yourself to a books which have kindly been donated by our staff 📚 🐛 here are our TI’s Ann and Dave
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London Libraries Apr 23
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Matt Killeen Dec 12
Chuffed to be included in the 23 books chosen for . Thousands of copies of on their way to libraries, prisons, care homes, youth centres, mental health groups, charities and the isolated & vulnerable of all ages. Some real gems in that list too.
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Young Writers Apr 23
GIVEAWAY ALERT! To celebrate we will be giving one lucky person a chance to get their hands on David Walliams, The Midnight Gang! All you need to do is RT this tweet and the winner will be announced tomorrow lunch time
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Agatha Christie Apr 23
It's ! Which Agatha Christie book will you be recommending to your friends and family?
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Cat Mitchell Apr 23
Taking part in with and giving away one of my favourite recent reads - Exit West by Mohsin Hamid. I hope whoever finds my copies on the Northern Line loves it as much as I do 🧡🧡
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Faber & Faber Apr 23
'A book is a dream that you hold in your hand.' Neil Gaiman Happy 🌙
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Garen Baloch Apr 23
Baloch also love to read books but they are not allowed to read books. just because pakistani army afraid that after reading books they will start to hate terrorism and ask for their rights.
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Mel Darbon Dec 12
Over-the-moon to be on the 2019 list! Thank you.
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Sarah Harwood Apr 23
Happy ! Tonight, staff are sharing some of their top reads. I’ve left this thriller for a Paddington-Reading commuter to enjoy! Have you spotted any others?
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London Libraries Apr 23
If there’s even been a night for this, it’s tonight!
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waymagazine Apr 23
จากผลสำรวจชาวอังกฤษ หลายคนมีอาการ Reader’s Block โดยลิสต์หนังสือที่คนมักอ่านไม่จบคือ Fifty Shades Of Grey / The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring / Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix / Great Expectations / Wuthering Heights
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Matt Imrie Apr 23
Make every night - get a free book from the Library and then when you have finished it you can take it back and get another. Thus freeing you from storing all the books you have read - giving you tidiness and peace of mind!
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Brave Sophia Book Apr 23
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Rebellion Publishing Apr 23
Happy book lovers!! What're you reading tonight?
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David Burbidge Apr 23
Make plans to read a book tonight.
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