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Daily What's On?

Toppsta, the reading recommendation website, gives us an excellent daily overview of all the fantastic read-alouds, interviews with authors and illustrators, activities etc taking place on various online platforms that day. We'll post this update here each day so you can pick what appeals and plan it into your schedule.

Reminder: Hay Festival programme for young people runs from 18-22 May, and the general Festival programme from 22-31 May. Mrs Smith really recommends catching up with Muhammad Khan's session and Patrice Lawrence's talk from 18 May - both really entertaining and thought-provoking. She loved Onjali Rauf and Emma Carroll too.

Missed a session? All are available for a limited time to catch up on Hay Player on the Hay Festival website!

Happy watching, listening and reading!

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A week of YA - starts Monday 25 May

Join the 10 fantastic authors on this year's YA Book Prize shortlist for a week of chat about their books!

If you missed them, you can still catch up on The Bookseller's YA Book Prize website. All well worth a watch! A great insight into their writing, their inspiration and motivation, and the challenges and joys of writing.

Huge congratulations to Juno Dawson on winning the 2020 prize from all your fans at YHT!

[Don't forget you can reserve a copy of Meat Market or any of the books on the shortlist from the Library (just email Mrs Smith), and find some as ebooks via Pembrokeshire Libraries' BorrowBox.]





29 May 2020

hay-festival-logo-on-white-bgHay Festival on now!

The annual Hay Festival programme for children and young people takes place between Monday 18 May - Friday 22 May!

Watch amazing authors such as Onjali Q. Rauf, Cressida Cowell, Emma Carroll, Christopher Edge, Eloise Williams, Bali Rai, Liz Pichon, Muhammad Khan, Patrice Lawrence, Dean Atta and many more! All free and easy to access on the Hay Festival website - and afterwards via Hay Player

General events continue from Friday 22 June - Sunday 31 May - browse the programme here.

18 May 2020

Reading Rainbow of Hope

rainbowofhopewithbooksThe Library's entry in the Expressive Arts Faculty 'Rainbow of Hope' Competition.

Why not enter the competition too?

Find out more...

27 April 2020

The Book of Hopes - edited by Katherine Rundell

bookofhopes-rundellThe Book of Hopes, edited by Katherine Rundell, has contributions from over 100 children's authors and illustrators, including Lauren Child, Anthony Horowitz, Greg James, Michael Morpurgo, Liz Pichon, Axel Scheffler, Francesca Simon and Jacqueline Wilson. There's something for everyone!

It's completely FREE for young people and families - Read it here!

The collection of short stories, poems, essays and pictures, published by Bloomsbury, is dedicated to the doctors, nurses, carers, porters, cleaners and everyone currently working in hospitals.

27 April 2020

Book in a Jar Competition

Book in a JarThink of a book you love - or it could be a family favourite.

How could you recreate it in a jar? Now is your chance to get creative!

House points and prizes to be won

Find out more...

2 April 2020

Identify the Book Jacket Competition

The title and author's name have been removed from a selection of books. Can you still identify the book?

One point for the title and an extra point if you name the author too.

House points and prizes to be won!

Email your answers to Mrs Smith or

Find out more...

2 April 2020