Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Book Launches & Events Around South Africa

Calling all super parents! Do you believe in the power of reading? Bring your little bookworm into any Exclusive Books store at 10am on Saturday 29 March (and Sunday 30 March at the Killarney and Melrose Arch stores). One of South Africa’s heroes will read them a story from the fantastic Dewey’s Big Book Guide for Kids. We are excited to welcome Ruda Landman, Simphiwe Dana, Zapiro, Gcina Mhlophe, Tony Leon, Catherine Grenfell from 5FM, Jenny Crwys-Williams from Talk Radio 702, Jaco Jacobs, Fanie Viljoen, Katlego Maboe from Expresso, Eloise Pretorius from Smile FM and others to our stores for Dewey’s League.

To find out who will be reading at each of the stores, please visit www.blog.exclus1ves.co.za/join-us-for-reading-events-this-march-at-all-exclusive-books-stores/ or follow Exclusive Books on Twitter (@exclusivescoza) or like the Facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/ExclusiveBooks). There is no entry fee, but please do bring along some stationery that will be donated to a local charity. With Human Rights Day on 21 March, Exclusive Books would like to share the message that every child has the right to read!

  The Dewey’s League books are about more than good marks or homework assignments. The books in this guide are the stepping-stones that will lead your child into the magical world of reading for fun, while improving their literacy level. After all, there’s no such thing as a child that doesn’t like stories - just a child that hasn’t found the perfect book yet.

Adams & Ike’s Books invite you to the launch of Billy Keniston’s biography of  RICK TURNER 

Date :  TUES 11 MARCH , 5.30 for 6.00 pm
Venue :  IKE’s Books , 48A Florida Road , phone Joanne on  031 303 9214
Guest speaker:  Professor Gerry Mare (ex-CCRRI & Dept of Sociology at UKZN)
Rsvp :  cedric@adamsbooks.co.za or phone 082 873 2702

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Rick Turner was one of South Africa’s most original and powerful thinkers and is remembered today as a remarkable teacher and activist.

Article by +Fred Felton 

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