The Fantastic Book Awards is an annual book event designed to encourage children aged 9-11 to read for pleasure. http://bit.ly/LancsFBA
All the wonderful books we have read in 2019 at Eccleston Library's storytime Monday 2.15-2.45pm
We, the staff at Burnley Central, are taking the Lancashire 50 Books Challenge and will be sharing our reviews and ratings
Pictures to Share are books for people with mid to late stage dementia, and can also help those who have suffered a stroke or people with learning disabilities. The books can help to prompt conversation and can also help carers and relatives spend meaningful time together. They can also provide an opportunity for telling stories or for linking in to themes that are easily recognizable.
What i wish to read in 2019
Body image is how a person thinks and feels about their body. These feelings can be positive, negative or both, and can be influenced by a number of different factors. Body image issues can affect anyone at any age. This is a collection of self-help books, personal accounts, and fiction books which provides information and support for people who may struggle with body image issues or know others who do. Search #Read4Health on Twitter for more info.
A list of books chosen by an expert panel from the Empathy Lab to help build children's empathy and inspire young people to make a positive difference in their homes, schools and communities. These books look at understanding different ways of life and issues that people face, such as being bereaved, or becoming a refugee, and also offers an insight into other people's feelings.
Trying to read 50 books this year. A mixture of fiction and non-fiction...