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Café Littéraire

Tea and conversation flowed freely on Saturday afternoon as we enjoyed  Tea & Tattle ‘s pleasant surroundings, scrummy food and an opportunity to chat with authors and other lovers of children’s books. Author Sufiya Ahmed with trainer Anne Harding and CILIP SLG’s … Continue reading

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Café Littéraire – Saturday 27th June

Join us in networking with fellow librarians, authors, and illustrators at our upcoming event –  Café Littéraire! Dating back to 17th Century Paris the Café Littéraire has always been a venue for the  discussion of  literature, the lively exchange of ideas and the enjoyment of light refreshments! Join us at Tea … Continue reading

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In her latest book Tinder, Sally Gardner rewrites Hans Christian Anderson’s first story The Tinderbox.  A symbolic, often horrifying account of a child-soldier’s inability to turn his back on the ghosts of war, she recasts the action during the events … Continue reading

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Information Literacy in the Digital Age –

A one day training workshop will take place at Queen Anne’s School, Caversham, near Reading, on 4 June 2015 from 9-4pm.  Led by Joyce Martin, of JCS Online Resources, and Sue Bastone, Head of Learning Resources at Licensed Victuallers’ School … Continue reading

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LIBMEET – Saturday 25th April 2015

On Saturday 25th April we held our third annual one day Libmeet. Hosted once again by Barbara Ferramosca, Librarian at Lilian Baylis Technology School in Vauxhall, and subtitled Embracing Change, we are pleased to report that it was our best ‘unconference’ yet … Continue reading

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