Blog Posts tagged: Bookbug for All

Karen Malone and children sharing books

Bookbug for All: Supporting Home Educated Children in Shetland

Find out how Bookbug sessions, bags, and resources are being used to support home educated families in Shetland.

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Bookbug for All: Supporting Families Affected by Imprisonment

A Project Worker at HMP Edinburgh shares her experiences of using Bookbug with families affected by imprisonment

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Girls learning sign language

Bookbug for All: Bookbug Sessions with British Sign Language

Discover how Cheryl Hamilton successfully introduced British sign language to Bookbug Sessions in Fife

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Bookbug Session Leaders with Puppets and Big Book

Bookbug for All: Communication-Friendly Bookbug Sessions at Wishaw Library

Find out how Joanne Gibson, a Speech and Language Therapist, and Gillian Hunt from Culture NL Libraries worked together to develop a pilot of Communication-Friendly Bookbug Sessions in North Lanarkshire.

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Bookbug for All: Sensory Sessions for Visually Impaired Children

Learn how a Community Vision Support Officer adapted Bookbug Sessions to make them more accessible for visually impaired children

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Bookbug for All: Supporting Children on the Autism Spectrum

Find out how our Bookbug's resources are making a difference to families with children on the autism spectrum.

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Bookbug for All: Creating a Universal Programme

In the first of a number of blogs, we explore what it means for us to have a universal Bookbug programme

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