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Animal Agents : Top 10 Animal Books

Today, we will look at some of the most rarely seen and fascinating animals known to man, the animal agents. Animal Agents live in many environments, but a place where you are certain to find them is Brighton and Hove … Continue reading

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Brighton’s Graphic War

Hello everyone, Carlos here. Over the past 2 years I’ve been working on the Brighton’s Graphic War Project, a collaborative anthology of Graphic Novel stories written by young people, set in Brighton and Hove during World War 1. It’s great … Continue reading

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The Big Friendly Read Finale – Jubilee Library

‘Dreams is full of mystery and magic . . . . Do not try to understand them.’ Roald Dahl, The BFG  The Jubilee children’s library became a world of pure imagination on Wednesday when everyone got involved in the Big … Continue reading

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Carlos’ Top 5 Giant Facts

Hello Everyone, Carlos here. Keeping with the Summer Reading Challenge theme, and in celebration of one of Roald Dahl’s most famous works, ‘The BFG’, I have decided to look at giants and gigantic things of all kinds.   5. Komodo … Continue reading

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Upcoming exhibition at Jubilee Library – Shane James

For the past year I have been working on my Silver Arts Award, a program funded by Brighton & Hove Youth Service for young people. A contributing factor to this award is displaying your work; thankfully Jubilee Library has agreed … Continue reading

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REVIEW: Boys Don’t Cry by Malorie Blackman

I am a huge fan of Malorie Blackman and advocate of her work ever since I first read Noughts and Crosses many years ago. Not only does Blackman create extremely well written books with relatable characters, but she also tackles … Continue reading

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Carlos’ Five Roald-Reads

Hi everyone! Carlos here, and due to the theme of this year’s summer reading challenge being Roald Dahl books, I figured I could write a blog themed around the man himself. Here are 5 Roald Dahl-related books for you to … Continue reading

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The Big Friendly Read – Summer Reading Challenge 2016 begins!

Summer. If this blistering last week has taught one thing (except the importance of sun cream), it is that summer has arrived. Meaning one thing: another summer reading challenge. For those of you who don’t know. The summer reading challenge … Continue reading

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Building a reading community at Woodingdean Primary – Part 2

By Kathryn Coleman, Woodingdean Reading Ambassadors Volunteer Coordinator Third week into the Reading Ambassador volunteering and I thought I would join the 60 Year 1 (ages 5 and 6) from Woodingdean on their weekly visit yesterday to see how it … Continue reading

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Building a Reading Community at Woodingdean Primary

On my way through the gates this morning, I passed a group of year 4 boys waiting to come into school. Delightfully, I overheard one of the boys say to his pals “did you know that my library card allows … Continue reading

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