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Retired Transport Manager Stephen Ryan finds the fourth book sculpture

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Diagnosis: Sculpture

A class of pupils from Eriskay Primary School discovers the third sculpture

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She thought na on the lang Scots miles

Stranraer student Jemma Dornan is driven to discover second Book Week Scotland sculpture

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Emma Lister inspects the sculpture

Sculpture she found

Glaswegian Emma Lister finds first Book Week Scotland sculpture

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What's inside these boxes...

A New Chapter Begins in the Case of the Mystery Book Sculptures

Edinburgh’s mystery book sculptor is to make a dramatic comeback during Book Week Scotland!

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My Favourite Place - book cover

Travel to the Nation’s Favourite Places during Book Week Scotland

Scottish Book Trust is delighted to announce the publication of My Favourite Place – a collection of heartfelt and inspiring stories, poems and songs by the people of Scotland. To celebrate the first Book Week Scotland, more than 150,000 free copies of My Favourite Place will be gifted to people...

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The Bookbug Primary 1 Family Pack

Scottish Book Trust celebrates Book Week Scotland by giving pack of books to every Primary 1 child in the country

For the first time, every Primary 1 pupil in Scotland will be given their very own Bookbug Primary 1 Family Pack, to help create a lasting link between school and home, and emphasise the importance of both in supporting a child’s reading. The 60,000 packs will include three picture books by leading...

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The League - Book Week Scotland

A national reading celebration: Culture Secretary reveals full programme for Book Week Scotland

More than 350 free events are planned for Scotland’s first national celebration of reading, Culture Secretary Fiona Hyslop announced today. Ms Hyslop was at the National Library of Scotland to unveil the full programme for Book Week Scotland, organised by Scottish Book Trust and taking place...

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Francesca Simon with Horrid Henry and school pupils

Study Highlights Benefits of Participation in Live Author Events

Pupils who participate in the events are more confident and engaged.

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Barry Hutchison

Author Barry Hutchison On Horror and Horsemen Tour

He'll be visiting schools in the Greater Manchester area between 8 and 12 October 2012.

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