Blog Posts tagged: Book Week Scotland

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Win a Selection of Musical Instruments and a Bundle of Noisy Books this Book Week Scotland

Enter our special competition to celebrate Book Week Scotland and you could win some wonderful musical instruments and a bundle of books for your little one!

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How to edit Wikipedia like a rebel

Don’t just read Wikipedia – edit Wikipedia! A rebellious how-to by Delphine Dallison, Wikimedian in Residence at the Scottish Library and Information Council

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Bookbug Detective: Getting involved in Book Week Scotland!

Looking for ways to get little ones involved in Book Week Scotland? Bookbug Detective is on hand to suggest a few ways to celebrate.

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Book Week Scotland joins forces with Waterstones

First Minister and Maggie O’Farrell recommend rebellious reads

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Bestselling author to visit Callander school for Book Week Scotland

McLaren High school to host Chocolat author Joanne Harris

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Fife library challenges conventions with music, beer and banned books night

Cupar Library to host alt-folk musician Beerjacket for unique event

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Best-selling rebel writers engage with Edinburgh communities for Book Week Scotland

Akala and Sam Coniffe Allende to take part in unique community events

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Comedian to teach stand-up in schools for Book Week Scotland

Shetland comedian Marjolein Robertson embarks on tour of rural schools

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Rebel Claire Askew embarks on Scottish student tour for Book Week Scotland

Book Week Scotland 2018 runs from 19 November to 25 November

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Top crime writer Val McDermid becomes new Scottish Book Trust patron

Top crime writer Val McDermid becomes new Scottish Book Trust patron

Scottish Book Trust, the national charity transforming lives through reading and writing, has appointed a new patron, the prominent Scottish writer Val McDermid. A long-time supporter of the charity’s work, Val is one of the biggest names in crime writing and her novels have been translated into 40...

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