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How to write an alternative book review

Book review model of Regeneration by Pat Barker What I liked I like the fact that it explored a different aspect of the First World War to other books that I have read, and what happened to some of the … Continue reading

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School Libraries Group National Conference

Read All About It! The Impact of Reading on Learning Sat, 23rd Apr 2016 – 9:45am to Sun, 24th Apr 2016 – 4:15pm The School Libraries Group bi-annual conference. Confirmed speakers so far include: David Didau: “What if everything you … Continue reading

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What better way for a sociable bookworm to spend an afternoon?

The welcoming surroundings of the Grafton’s upper room were the perfect setting for the second SLG Café Littéraire. Authors, Librarians and Publishers shared enthusiasms and information over tea, coffee and some excellent cake. The event was attended by 16 authors … Continue reading

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Upcoming events for Winter-Spring 2016

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My Library By Right Petition

CILIP has posted a petition regarding the major cuts occurring in public libraries. This may not be our main sector, but it certainly affects us and the children under our remit as school librarians! Please join CILIP in signing this … 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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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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