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Author Archives: lottelow
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
‘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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Hello. I’m Tom Palmer. I’d like to invite you to join me at Brighton Central Library on 13th August. There are lots of Tom Palmers. There’s a superhero comic book illustrator, a murderer, a professional cyclist and a country and western singer. There’s … Continue reading