National Reading Group Day: libraries and booksellers taking part

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As we build up to National Reading Group Day on 30 June 2012, we now have the lists of the libraries and independent booksellers that have signed up to take part in the celebrations.

Use them to find out and get in touch with a library or bookseller near you who will be running events and other promotions on the Day.

Library Services participating in National Reading Group Day.

Booksellers participating in National Reading Group Day.

Libraries and booksellers can use them to find out which nearby organisations are taking part. Why not get in touch to find out if you can do something jointly?

And don’t forget to let us know what you’re planning for National Reading Group Day. Join the chat on our Facebook page or get in touch.

If you’re on Twitter use the hashtag: #NRGD12

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