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The SLA Reading Blog is designed to highlight new books and related resources plus publishers' offers for our Members that we think may be of interest to school librarians and to others working in related fields. The blog is available to logged-in SLA Members at http://www.sla.org.uk/reading-blog.php and a summary RSS feed is available at http://www.sla.org.uk/sla-reading-blog-rss.php. SLA Members, please submit any reviews you may wish to post here to bookblog[at]sla.org.uk and remember to quote your membership number in your e-mail. This blog is moderated by the SLA.

Older blog posts are still available, though archived, on the website, but please check the date at the top of the post to make sure the offer or information is likely to be valid.

A Monster Calls

Patrick Ness’s prize-winning novel A Monster Calls ha...
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Haringey Children's Book Award Shortlist Announced

Shortlist: The Best Medicine by Christine Hamill, Little Island Books Catching Falling Stars by Karen McCombie, Scholastic Cogheart by Peter Bunzl, Usborne The Imaginary by AF Harrold & illustr...
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Author James Benmore writes as the Artful Dodger

Wherein I detail how I came to author my own three-volume history and thus proved myself to be a superior writer than Charlie Dickens to the general agreement of all    This here is how I am described on Chapter 7 of Oliver Twist...
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