Recent posts – Page 136

  • Montrose Academy School Library Volunteers

    Liam, a pupil at Montrose Academy, is a library volunteer at his school library. He tells us about the school book group, why he enjoys volunteering in the library and why his school library is so important to school life. Here at Montrose Academy library there is a chance to become a pupil...

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  • Bookbug Week

    Help Bookbug Celebrate Bookbug Week

    Bookbug week is now in full swing and the week of events kicked off in true style with an excellent flagship event in South Lanarkshire last Friday. Hundreds of families made their way to Rutherglen Library to help Bookbug celebrate Creative Scotland’s Summer of Song and the Olympic Torch Relay in...

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  • Eastbank Academy and Golspie High School: Why we love our school libraries!

    This week we have another blog celebrating what young people love about their school libraries. Library volunteers from Eastbank Academy in Glasgow and young readers and writers from Golspie High School in the Highlands tell us what it is that draws then to the library and why it's so important to...

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  • Sad Women

    The Point of Despair

    Kirsty Logan tackles a common writer's problem

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  • Olympic Torch

    The Torch is on its Way!

    This year Bookbug Week will take place between June 8th and June 15th. We’re celebrating the Bookbug programme with a whole week of free, special events linked to Creative Scotland’s Summer of Song and the Olympic Torch Relay in Scotland. Visit the Bookbug Week section of our website to find out...

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  • Springburn Academy: Book Clubbing!

    We recently asked secondary school pupils across Scotland to tell us why they love their school library. We have received lots of positive responses and plan to feature as many as we can on the blog over the next few months. The first is from pupils at Springburn Academy in Glasgow who got in touch...

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