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World Book Night 2011-2018

Did you know that World Book Night has been running since 2011? If this year’s title doesn’t take your fancy, why not check out a book from last year’s celebration or beyond? The staff at World Book Night work alongside publishers to select titles that appeal to people who don’t usually read. Each list is comprised… Continue reading World Book Night 2011-2018

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Maker’s Month 2018

Maker’s Month is a celebration of Britain’s talented crafters. Free courses are available in stonemasonry, stained glass, embroidery, weaving, knitting, clay modelling, upcycling, paper crafts, drawing, dyeing, quilting, crochet, watercolour painting, screen printing, bookbinding, sugarcraft, calligraphy, lino cutting, pottery, needle felting, and alpaca spinning! If you don’t feel like taking part, you can still enjoy… Continue reading Maker’s Month 2018

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IWD 2018 Review: The Seven Imperfect Rules of Elvira Carr by Frances Maynard

To celebrate International Women’s Day 2018, Between the Lines blogger Victoria read The Seven Imperfect Rules of Elvira Carr: one of a handful of books with a female protagonist who has an Autistic Spectrum Condition. Autistic Spectrum Conditions are under-diagnosed in women- in fact, Dr Hans Asperger originally believed that there were no women on… Continue reading IWD 2018 Review: The Seven Imperfect Rules of Elvira Carr by Frances Maynard