I LOVE MY LIBRARY – National Libraries Day 2013

9th February 2013
9th February 2013

Do you love your library? My love for the library started at a young age, fuelled by a growing imagination that only my local library could feed. It sent me to places I’d never been to before- to Never Never Land with Peter Pan and up the Magic Faraway Tree with Moon-Face and Saucepan Man. My imagination knew no bounds, and this was only the beginning of my everlasting love for libraries.I love my library - Blackpool

In the run up the National Libraries Day, we’re asking you why you love your library.  Are you immersed in the magnitude of information available on our free computers or are you captivated by our endless selection of books?

Whatever the reason, be sure to let us know- share them on Facebook and Twitter or leave a comment below. Be sure to follow #ilovemylibrary on 9th February and find out why we love our libraries!

Complete this quiz to be in the chance of winning £20,
be prepared to tear out your hair with the hardest literary quiz ever.
Come into any library and pick up your entry form

From Mr Darcy to Mr Grey- a light-hearted look at the progression of the Romantic Novel.. Wine, nibbles, games and prizes. Come & celebrate your love of libraries & reading.
6.45pm – Palatine Library

So many fun things happening today!
Get musical with the Music Makers and take some snaps in our Photobooth.
Decorate our ‘love my library’ tree with reasons why you love your library, don’t leave our tree bare!
Enter our room filled with  LEGO, build and play with us  on this special day. You can also meet the Lego Ninja Man..
From 10.30am onwards – Central Library

For any more information contact 01253 478080




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