Blog Posts tagged: book festivals

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April: A Month in Books

April showers got you down? We have good news! There are loads of excellent books, films and festivals coming up that'll help you make the most of enforced indoors time.

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March: a Month in Books

It's an exciting month in the world of books! Read on to discover some of the big new book and film releases and festivals happening across Scotland.

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October: A Month in Books

As we turn over a new - slightly crispy - orange leaf into Autumn, turn over a new crisp page from some of this month's book releases...

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September: A Month in Books

The summer may be done for another year but there are still plenty of things happening in the book calendar. Read on for our picks for September!

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August 2016: The Month in Books

We've got fantastic books, festivals, and films to help you end the summer with a bang!

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Independent Bookshops Week

Indie Bookshops: Why They are Good for Your Health and Wellbeing

Rosamund de la Hey lets us into the secrets of Indie Bookshops and why they really are good for you

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June 2016: A Month in Books

As the weather heats up so does the book world! Read on for new releases, festivals and forthcoming films.

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May 2016: A Month in Books

It's a busy month in the world of books. Read on for May's new book releases and the hot new book-to-film adaptions hitting the big screen...

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February 2016: A Month in Books

Bookish escapes from the wet, wintry weather

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5 quick ways to celebrate Robert Louis Stevenson Day

The nation is gearing up to celebrate the life and work of Robert Louis Stevenson on Friday 13 November. Don't miss the party: check out Edinburgh City of Literature's quick tips for honouring RLS in the classroom or library.

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