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Patrick Fyfe Jun 30
Very true, more so now than ever.
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Vicky Whedbee Jun 29
Warning...may cause emotions including but not limited to crying, laughter, anger. disgust... Sarah's Song #
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Vicky Whedbee Jun 29
Get your copy of , the much-requested sequel to Sarah's Song, TODAY! Available in ebook or 6x9 paperback! Read for free with KindleUnlimited!
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Co-op Academy Beckfield 16h
Reading is so important at Beckfield; the advantages to learning are widely known, but there are also mental health benefits. Well-being Wednesday is a great chance for pupils & staff to relax with a good book - what will you read today?
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Kessily Lewel Jun 30
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CW Hawes Jun 28
The JUSTINIA WRIGHT PRIVATE INVESTIGATOR MYSTERIES OMNIBUS 4 books in 1! Over 50% off list price! Swap lives with Tina and Harry for awhile -- live the good life and catch bad guys too!!
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Miss Bynon Jun 30
5 books I am reading at the moment. To be able to ask my tutees questions each lesson! 🥰📚
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Susanne Leist Jun 30
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St Nicholas CE Primary Academy Gospels Jun 30
Wow what an amazing afternoon we had at our pop-up library! Over 70 of you have now visited us! Yesterday included singing, dancing and a special visitor! Can’t wait to see you all again next Monday!
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Sharon Hills Jun 29
When you finally get some child free time and you get to finish a book you’ve been wanting to read for a while. Beautifully written and I couldn’t put it down 😀 can’t wait to read the other two books 😀
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Year5@Primary_StJohns Jun 30
Today's story time with Ms Morgan and Lola. The book today is 'The cat in the hat' by Dr Seuss. Part 1 of 2. Let us know what you think of the story on Seesaw or Twitter. Thank you. Ms Morgan.
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Mark Anthony Smith 10h
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Frecheville Library 🤚🏡 15h
What are you all reading at the moment? I have just started Conviction by
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Reading Friends 19h
What are the benefits of reading for you?
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Laura Jun 26
If you had to recommend one book for an adult to read, to prove to them that modern children’s books are as good as what they love from their own childhood (bearing in mind most are filled with Blyton nostalgia), what would you go for?
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Erika Phillips Jun 29
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Vicky Whedbee Jun 27
This is fantastic story, so realistic, get the tissues out, you will from happy, sad, angry, to heart pounding anticipation, to joy, and celebration with the characters!
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Miss Westcott 8h
Book 8: Podkin One-Ear Exactly the kind of book I set out to find on my Year 3/4 book hunt! Gripping adventure, rich descriptions and great character development. Loved the embedded narrative and little interludes from the bard too!
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Sonia Rosa Writes 13h
and , has reading and writing increased your empathy for others?
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OANLibrary 9h
So pleased to be able to offer our students the opportunity to borrow books from the Library again! Hoping our 'click and collect' service goes well 👍
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