Children’s Books Ireland is seeking four Champions of Reading to work with our school Reading Communities as part of our Every Child a Reader project over a three-year period thanks to the generous funding received from the RTÉ Toy Show Appeal with the Community Foundation for Ireland. The schools are based in counties Mayo, Galway, Cork and Louth, and .
Children’s Books Ireland and the RTÉ Toy Show Appeal with the Community Foundation for Ireland are pleased to announce the four primary schools we will be working with over the next three years as part of the Every Child A Reader: Reading Communities project. These schools impressed us with strong applications that told us what they’re already doing to .
Children’s Books Ireland is delighted to announce the Every Child A Reader project. With this title, we are bringing several of our school library book-gifting programmes together under one name. Nearly 400 schools applied for school library support from Children’s Books Ireland in 2020. Additional funding has allowed us to choose 18 schools to work with this school term, .
Children’s Books Ireland is pleased to announce that it will be working to bring the joy of reading to children in four primary schools in Cork, Dublin, Louth and Waterford thanks to the support of The Ireland Funds. Last Autumn we asked schools to tell us about the impact COVID-19 had on reading in their school as part of .
Children’s Books Ireland announces fourth annual Robert Dunbar Memorial Libraries winners – Four libraries of 300 books each to be donated to schools in Dublin, Offaly and Armagh Children’s Books Ireland are pleased to announce this year’s winners of a Robert Dunbar Memorial Library, named in memory of our former patron and long-time friend of the organisation. This was .
Bookbag 2020 Bookbag is a children’s book-gifting initiative established by picturebook maker and creator of the Henry Hugglemonster series, Niamh Sharkey, during her term as Laureate na nÓg (2012–2014). The project is delivered in partnership with Brown Bag Films and Children’s Books Ireland and aimed at schools in areas of disadvantage, which may not have the necessary resources to fund author .
Four libraries of at least 300 books each to be donated to schools Children’s Books Ireland is proud to announce the fourth annual Robert Dunbar Memorial Libraries, named in memory of our former patron and long-time friend of the organisation. Robert was a critic, editor and teacher, a pioneer of the study of children’s literature in Ireland and a .
Next week we will start delivering an additional 15,000 copies of the beautifully produced #ImagineNation playbook to children who are in real need and experiencing disadvantage, living in direct provision centres or emergency accommodation, children experiencing homelessness, children’s hospitals and children’s charities all over Ireland. The #ImagineNation playbook was created in partnership between An Post and Children’s Books Ireland and with the kind .
We’re back with Create Outdoors with Cairn Homes and Children’s Books Ireland, with even more excellent titles, carefully chosen by Children’s Books Ireland Book Doctor Ruth Concannon. This time we’re focusing on books for the 9 – 12 age group, brilliant books that will encourage children to get outside and have fun. Read the full reviews below! 9–12 JUANITA .
Children’s Books Ireland is pleased to announce the six schools which have been chosen to receive the 2019/20 Robert Dunbar Memorial Libraries, named in memory of our former patron and long-time friend of the organisation. Children’s Books Ireland received three hundred applications from schools all over the island of Ireland for this round and has received over 700 applications .
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