*This post is dated March 15th, 2013* The North South Ministerial Council (NSMC) was established under the Belfast/Good Friday Agreement, to develop consultation, co-operation and action within the island of Ireland on matters of mutual interest, North and South.
*This post is dated February 13th, 2013* New website www.helpmykidlearn.ie gives ideas for activities that parents and children can enjoy together to improve their child’s speaking, reading, writing and maths skills.
*This post is dated December 18th, 2012 *The Looking Glass is an initiative by two Senior Sophister students in the School of English, Trinity College Dublin, Joanne Nolan and Elena Browne. The Looking Glass is a creative writing magazine exclusively for children’s literature and illustrations.
*This post is dated October 18th, 2012 On Wednesday, the 17th of October, the author and illustrator of the “How to Train Your Dragon” series was welcomed by 450 primary school students to Liberty Hall in Dublin.
*This post is dated July 11th, 2012 Here is the second of this week’s guest posts from the young writers of Fighting Words. Today Aedán Hamrock tells us about the making of Jam: An Anthology of Graphic Fiction. Once again, congrats from CBI to all the talented young writers and artists involved, we think Jam is the bee’s knees!
*This post is dated May 29th, 2012* After the excitement of yesterday’s ceremony we’re delighted to be able to share some pics and opinions from Shadowing groups across the country. Oh, and most importantly, announce the Shadower’s Favourite Book!
*This post is dated May 29th, 2012* The winners of the 22nd annual CBI Book of the Year Awards have been announced! This year’s awards were presented by Fergus Finlay yesterday at a ceremony in Wood Quay, Dublin.
*This post is dated May 10th, 2012* The first official portrait of Niamh as the new Laureate na nÓg After a whirlwind Tuesday which saw picture book maker Niamh Sharkey inaugurated as our second Laureate na nÓg, we’re delighted to finally have time to put pen to (virtual) paper and tell you all about it.
*This post is dated April 25th, 2012* Yesterday in the beautiful surroundings of the National Library of Ireland, CBI joined The O’Brien Press and school children from all around the country to celebrate the annual CBF Design-a-Cover Competition and present the awards!
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