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Mrs J Duffy 1h
Our second will be on Friday 3rd May in the canteen from 8.30am until 10.30am. Any donations of books will be gratefully received in school and organised by pupils before the big day. Please help us make this better than last time!!
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Friends of Chelsea & Westminster Hospital 9h
Good morning. Our book sale is in full swing, with some brand new titles available from Sophie Kinsella and Jill Mansell! And if you’re addicted to Game of Thrones on TV, why not try the books?
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Jane Davis 55m
, Easter weekend over and into the final week. It's not too late to take the plunge. You might like to try Smash all the Windows which won Best Self-published Work of Fiction at this year's London Book Fair.
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St Helens Libraries 12h
Morning Twitterland 🙂 As long as I have my ... I'm good 😏 📚💜 💜📚
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Cat_Mathletics Apr 23
Welcome back to school! Are you celebrating this week? There are lots of fab texts and interpretations in the library, for any of you lucky dual product schools. Contact me if you need help locating them!
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Heather Melville 19h
Replying to @msveteikis
I’m excited to learn more
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East Bierley Primary 11h
Wow! I love this: 'There are books that one reads over and over again, books that become part of the furniture of one's mind and alter one's whole attitude to life'.
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D. S. Grant, Author 7h
Convo with a book-lover friend "I have nearly 1000 books" He said "I've got nearly 2000 books" Must say I was rather surprised. So the plan is to put the list in a database with software and a bar code reader. Is it only me that thinks this will be fun?
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Ashley Radcliffe 9h
Replying to @BrownsBFS @LECAcademy
Thanks for coming; there's such a buzz amongst the students about reading and books! Brilliant to hear and see their enthusiasm :-)
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Komal chaudhary 14h
❤Happy Birthday I literally cry in the end of the book😍
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Alice Visser-Furay 22h
Here's my latest booklist for Years 5-7. I'm going for a range of brilliant reads +a mix between British & American books published by authors from different backgrounds. Books are in categories +each has a brief description. Suggestions?
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Ivan Obolensky 4h
Reading is a journey and the destination.
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Clair 8h
Thank you and for sending me a copy of Rayne & Delilah’s Midnite Matinee. A humorous read full of grittier teenage issues.
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East Bierley Primary Apr 21
Year 5 will be learning about Ancient Greece - best start planning books. Wonder what Year 5 are reading already?
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Francis Askew Hull 7h
RJL are painting baby bear from the story 'whatever next!'
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Mrs Vieira Apr 23
I’ll be starting “The Puppet Show” tonight , can’t wait
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MK Libraries Apr 23
It's and what a wonderful opportunity to spread the love of reading to people you know and maybe even some you don't! Indulge yourself with books today - visit your library, buy, borrow and share - anything to spread the love.
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READ-Edu-Trust 6h
: Star charts! If your child is competitive or finds it more difficult to read, encourage them through setting goals. Having a reward e.g. playing games once they have read also works!
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East Lothian Library Apr 23
Happy World Book Night 2019! Why not take a look at our blog to see some of the World Book Night titles that are available to borrow from East Lothian Libraries:
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Objects of Beauty Shop 11h
DID YOU KNOW....The largest book in the world is The Klencke Atlas at 1.75 meters tall (about 5 feet 9 inches) and 1.90 meters wide (about 6 feet 3 inches when open).
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