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2 Phumla Gqoboka: Web Management The website you are looking at has a fairly complex and very time-consuming structure that makes it work. Hundreds

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Jay Heale celebrates the unsung heroines in the background of two very, very good picture books. I’m going to tell you about four ladies

General Reports

On Saturday 31 May, Clanwilliam children took to the sun on a very cold day to read and enjoy (and review) stories about music.

Children's reviews

A Neighbours Story from the Cambridge University Press Rainbow Readers, published in 2009. The children in the street hatch a plan to help Tiny

Children's reviews

Sisters, By Lesley Beake, with illustrations by Beverley de Meyer, Cambridge University Press Rainbow Readers, published in 2009. This very simple story has very

General Reports

During April and May 2014, we focused on an out-of-Africa story. We wanted to focus on imagination and how books can take readers anywhere

CBN Books

Since Anele Mhlahlo joined us in February, we have been enriching our workshops and activities with live music and adding a layer to the

Workshop Reports

Looking forward to our snow goose workshop that will be held at Simon’s Town Library on Friday the 23rd of May, we will have

General News

Saturday Stories continue in May in Clanwilliam with the themes of: Things I love to love and hate! There will also be a writing

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