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The 25th anniversary of World Book Day today (March 3) will be celebrated at High Life Highland Libraries with a huge range of activities.
Alongside World Book Day-themed Bookbug Sessions, there will be Book Tokens that can be redeemed for special books, contests, dress-ups, book sales, and exhibits.
Senior Library Manager at High Life Highland, Julie Corcoran, explained: “We are delighted to be able to celebrate World Book Day again in our libraries this year and there will be plenty for young and old to do.
“World Book Day is about promoting reading for pleasure and our libraries play a unique role in changing lives through the love of books and shared reading.
“Engaging young people in reading is vitally important and teaches skills that will impact a child’s future, so come visit us and see what we have to offer. .”
High Life Highlands operates 40 libraries and eight mobile libraries and is free to join, allowing people to access not only physical books, magazines, newspapers and computers, but also thousands of titles through its online service. line.
School libraries will also be there with free books, readings and contests.
You can find out what’s happening for World Book Day at your local library or search for its local page on Facebook.
To find the nearest library or to register, visit www.highlifehighland.com/libraries