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- February 2015
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- January 2015
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- Brighton – take time out…
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Tag Archives: library
For more than 15 years we’ve been supporting libraries with their promotional bookmarks advocating the various services that libraries offer. #LoveLibraries is a tag that Welsh Libraries have been sharing – it’s something that millions do! Libraries throughout the country are keen to make … Continue reading
While walking with the folks in the Cotswolds this weekend I was reminded of people’s need to read, and the fact that communities use a ‘third place‘ whether as a water-cooler moment or a refuge away from home… “escape with a … Continue reading
I recently created these tasty bookmark designs for local libraries – feel good without the guilt! If you don’t do dancing or swimming then pop to the library! “A significant association was also found between frequent library use and reported … Continue reading
Children who read for pleasure are likely to do better in maths and English, research suggests. The study, indicated reading for pleasure was more important to a child’s development than how educated their parents were. See more here: Institute of Education, London University … Continue reading
NO! They’ve seen it all, from banana peel to bacon. Alas, there is an alternative! Last year we worked with libraries across the country who made great use of their Library Bookmarks. Their bookmarks have always been recognised as a … Continue reading
As you’ll have gathered libraries are using their bookmarks to promote many services – from children’s Bounce and Rhyme Times to Local Archives, Family History to Internet Resources, Online Catalogues to Phone Apps and News Subscriptions… But the ever popular Opening Hours bookmark is one … Continue reading
Could the route home to mum be more simple?